Some articles on selective engagement:
... policy debate had narrowed to a dispute between primacy and selective engagement, between nationalist, unilateralist version of hegemony, and a liberal, multilateral version of hegemony.” U.S ... command of the commons, Posen argues, provides a strong case for selective engagement ... States.” Securing the commons through selective engagement is a superior strategy because it cost effective, secures U.S ...
... tradition of international relations, selective engagement advocates that the United States should intervene in regions of the world only if they directly ... In addition to these more particular concerns, selective engagement also focuses on preventing nuclear proliferation and any conflict that could lead to a great power war, but provides no clear ... The authors envision that a strategy of selective engagement would involve a strong nuclear deterrent with a force structure capable of fighting two regional wars, each through some combination of ground, air ...
Famous quotes containing the words engagement and/or selective:
“We must continually remind students in the classroom that expression of different opinions and dissenting ideas affirms the intellectual process. We should forcefully explain that our role is not to teach them to think as we do but rather to teach them, by example, the importance of taking a stance that is rooted in rigorous engagement with the full range of ideas about a topic.”
—bell hooks (b. 1955)
“The selective memory isnt selective enough.”
—Blake Morrison (b. 1950)