China's Influence and American Interests: Promoting Constructive Vigilance

China's Influence and American Interests: Promoting Constructive Vigilance

Examines China’s increasingly assertive efforts to influence American society and institutions and explores ways the US can maintain a workable relationship with China without compromising America’s values and institutions.



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Defining Moments: The First One Hundred Years of the Hoover Institution

Defining Moments: The First One Hundred Years of the Hoover Institution

How Stanford University’s renowned library and archives evolved into a public-policy research center on matters relating to war, revolution, and peace.



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NATO in the Crucible: Coalition Warfare in Afghanistan, 2001–2014

NATO in the Crucible: Coalition Warfare in Afghanistan, 2001–2014

Analyzes NATO involvement in the War in Afghanistan and how a multinational coalition maintained cohesion throughout a complex conflict that changed in character over time.



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The Battalion Artist: A Navy Seabee’s Sketchbook of War in the South Pacific, 1943–1945

The Battalion Artist: A Navy Seabee’s Sketchbook of War in the South Pacific, 1943–1945

In this stunning book of authentic World War II images—many in full color—we see and feel the intensity of wartime life through the eyes of a curious and creative young artist.



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