American Social Sciences and the Bush Doctrine


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Reflect the thinking of Bush diplomatic grand strategy and the "Bush Doctrine" is not only politicians in the United States and abroad caused considerable controversy, and the social science community in the United States produced an unprecedented controversy. The core of this debate is, what the Bush Doctrine is a revolution in American foreign ideas, or the U.S. diplomatic tradition of inheritance and development. American historians and political scientists launched a fierce debate, revealing the "Bush Doctrine" has the important social and academic impact. The Bush Doctrine, which manifests Bush's foreign policy thoughts and the Bush administration's grand strategy, not only causes the controversy in the political circles of the United States and of the world, but evokes the hearted discussion among the domain of American social sciences. The core of the discussion is whether the bush Doctrine is the revolution in American foreign policy, or is the continuation and the development of US diplomatic tradition. American diplomatic historians and the political science scholars set off an animated discussion. This phenomenon demonstrates the important social and academic influences of the Bush Doctrine
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