The global financial and economic crisis affects all three of the essential national interests of the United States: national security, economic well-being, and value projection. Only occasionally does an event of this magnitude occur that generates ...
such daunting challenges yet also opportunities for U.S. policy. The effects of the crisis on foreign policy, trade, and security are so diverse and widespread that, out of necessity, policy responses must range from the highly specific to the broad and ethereal. This book provides an overview of the major non-financial effects of the global financial crisis.