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Appeared in: Volume 1, Number 3
Published on: March 1, 2006
Goliathan

Michael Mandelbaum’s The Case for Goliath likens America’s global role to that of a government. A distinguished French observer, astonishingly agrees.

Thérèse Delpech is senior research fellow at CERI (Paris) and a member of the IISS Council.
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