Qutb's reactionary epiphany is wedded to the exact elements in American culture that gave rise to neo-conservatism
Comparisons with other TV and film representations might be useful for readers in situating Greven's comments (in chapter six he argues that the neo-conservatism
of Enterprise is part of a larger tendency in contemporary genre drama on TV, for example).
In a recent speech at the Brookings Institution, Justin Vaisse previewed his new book--an analysis of neo-conservatism
and its impact on U.
The book's authors encompass a wide range of political perspectives, from Robert Kagan's neo-conservatism
to Stephen Van Evera's defensive realism.
These are classical liberalism, libertarianism, neo-conservatism
with its global interventionism, splashes of conventionality, and a worldview that is in line with the religious right in opposing what many would denounce as "secular humanism" (although Goldberg doesn't discuss religion directly and never uses that term).
Bush and the emergence of the "post-rhetorical" presidency, presidential signing statements and the imperial presidency, Bush's legacy on social security, Bush's use of the tools of executive federalism, Bush's foreign policy as evangelical realism and not neo-conservatism
, the philosophy of Bush's "Freedom Agenda," American foreign policy in the Persian Gulf, and overcoming the Bush Doctrine of the virtues of American primacy and the country's right to wage preemptive war.
The shift away from the simplistic worldview of American neo-conservatism
to the political realism of the Obama administration has revived focus on the political and empirical realities of the world.
In a period when neo-conservatism
was in the ascendant, one would expect few reforms aimed at enhancing the authority of local governments.
on an equal footing - leaving behind the bad old ways of American-Western colonialism, neo-conservatism
, and "orientalism.
The Washington Post, considered the bastion of the Neo-conservatism
in the US, also criticised the attacks on Al Khalidi, and said comparing him to a neo-Nazi is a "vile smear".
From the nuclear issue to the perpetual stand-off with the US, from the future of Iranian democracy to Iranian Arab relations, from American neo-conservatism
to Islamic utopian-romanticism, from Avicenna to Ayatollah Khomeini, the author guides the reader through the complexities that bedevil the understanding of contemporary Iran.
The real fact is that just last fall, professor Ken DeBevoise of Nabors' own political science department taught a challenging, thoughtful course on "American Neo-Conservatism