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Might and Right After the Cold War
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The post-cold war debate over America's role in world affairs has raised old questions about "morality in foreign policy" in a new form. Should "the national interest" be our only value in world politics or is the concept itself an exercise in moral reasoning? How do we avoid cynicism and utopianism in thinking about the relationship between traditional American moral values and US foreign policy in the 1990s? Alberto Coll, James Finn, Richard Land, Luis Lugo, George Weigel and Nicholas Wolterstorff grapple with this new debate from the common ground of biblical morality and attempt to provide provocative insights.
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Michael Cromartie was co-editor of the widely acclaimed anthology Piety and Politics, and editor of No Longer Exiles.

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