|Title||The global economic crisis : And potential implications for foreign policy and national security|
|Author||edited by R. Nicholas Burns and Jonathon Price ; foreword by Joseph S. Nye and Brent Scowcroft|
|Imprint||Washington, DC : The Aspen Institute, 2009|
|Descript||162p. ; 23 cm|
Economic conditions and U.S. national security in the 1930s and today. -- Pulling back from the crisis: a roadmap for the future of the American economy. -- Global recession and national security. -- Rebalancing economic engagement: the foreign policy consequences. -- Sustaining the recovery and containing the deficit: a balancing act for policy. -- Interdependence, global issues management, and global economic governance. -- Picking up the Pieces: the global crisis and implications for U.S. economic policymaking. -- Priorities for progress: security and development at a time of global economic turmoil. -- The impact of the global financial crisis on democracy. -- Summary of the Aspen strategy group deliberations.
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