Power Trip: U.S. Unilateralism and Global Strategy After September 11 is a comprehensive critique of the Bush administration’s foreign policy and military strategies. “A concise dissection of the new U.S. unilateralism,” the book takes a look at the role of the U.S. and global relations after Sept. 11 and the war in Iraq. It is a collection of essays from leading legal, geopolitical and cultural analysts and experts.
What is the new military strategy of the Bush administration? What is the U.S. mission with the “Axis of Evil” targets in the war on terrorism? How much do military spending and U.S. operations cost the nation?
Power Trip charts the new terrain of foreign policy after September 11 and is one of the first book-length critiques of this fundamental shift in U.S. foreign policy to consolidate and extend U.S. global control. The result is an unerring appraisal of this tumultuous moment.
Published by Foreign Policy In Focus and Seven Stories Press.