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TTC - America and the World - A Diplomatic History

TTC – America and the World – A Diplomatic History

It was a transformation unprecedented in global history. In barely more than two centuries, the United States evolved from a sparsely settled handful of colonies whose very survival was in grave doubt into the most powerful nation the world has ever known—militarily, economically,
technologically, culturally, politically, and even ideologically.

How could such an implausible metamorphosis have occurred? In a world where power and the willingness to wield it had always determined the fate of nations, what factors enabled our young nation to so successfully navigate the corridors of diplomacy and foreign policy from the very outset, ensuring not only America’s survival but also its eventual status as a superpower?

America and the World: A Diplomatic History addresses these and other penetrating questions. In 24 insightful lectures, award-winning Professor Mark A. Stoler of the University of Vermont—a scholar acknowledged for his expertise in U.S. diplomatic and military history—offers you a fresh view of America’s shift from the periphery of international politics to its very center.

How could such an implausible metamorphosis have occurred? In a world where power and the willingness to wield it had always determined the fate of nations, what factors enabled our young nation to so successfully navigate the corridors of diplomacy and foreign policy from the very outset, ensuring not only America’s survival but also its eventual status as a superpower?
America and the World: A Diplomatic History addresses these and other penetrating questions. In 24 insightful lectures, award-winning Professor Mark A. Stoler of the University of Vermont-a scholar acknowledged for his expertise in U.S. diplomatic and military history-offers you a fresh view of America’s shift from the periphery of international politics to its very center.

Course Lecture Titles
1. Achieving Independence
2. Confederation and the Constitution
3. The Great Debate-Jefferson versus Hamilton
4. From the Farewell Address to the Quasi War
5. Jefferson and the “Empire of Liberty”
6. The “Second War for Independence”
7. John Quincy Adams & American Continentalism
8. “Manifest Destiny” and War with Mexico
9. Causes and Diplomacy of the Civil War
10. The “New Empire” of Overseas Imperialism
11. Informal Empire-Roosevelt to Wilson
12. “The War to End All Wars”
13. The Peace Treaty and Wilson’s Heritage
14. Interwar Isolationism and Internationalism
15. U.S. Entry into World War II
16. World War II Diplomacy and the FDR Legacy
17. Origins of the Cold War
18. Cold War Turns Hot-Asia and the Korean War
19. Eisenhower and the Global Cold War
20. Kennedy and the Ultimate Cold War Crisis
21. Vietnam and the War at Home
22. The Nixon-Kissinger “Grand Design”
23. Ideology Anew and the End of the Cold War
24. The United States and the World Since 1991
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