Important People in A World in Disarray: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order

Haass, Richard
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Richard Haass

Richard Haass is the President of the Council on Foreign Relations and the author of this book. He served in the U.S. government for decades, both as a State Department diplomat and senior adviser to multiple Presidents of the United States.

Henry Kissinger

Haass describes Henry Kissinger as “the preeminent foreign policy practitioner of the second half of the twentieth century (18). He served as Richard Nixon’s Secretary of State and in a series of other positions throughout the U.S. government. Kissinger’s views and writing on foreign policy have been influential to Haass and other scholars.

Hedley Bull

Hedley Bull was an international relations scholar and a friend of Haass. Bull wrote extensively on the subject of world order, arguing that it can be characterized as the balance between society and anarchy in international relations. In Bull’s view, international society implied a...

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