Can Hillary Clinton Advance American Leadership and Women's Development Worldwide?
“This book is exactly what every voter needs to make an informed and intelligent decision in the 2016 Presidential election.” — Robert A. LeVine, PhD, Roy E. Larsen Professor of Education and Human Development, Emeritus, Harvard University
“A rare collection of insights into Hillary Clinton’s leadership style, The Global Hillary examines one of the most influential women of our time and her historic role as a champion for women’s rights and gender equality worldwide.” — Alyse Nelson, President & CEO, Vital Voices Global Partnership
The Global Hillary critically analyzes Clinton’s role as a transformative leader of global influence by bringing together two key aspects of Clinton’s ongoing career - her advocacy for international women’s rights and the mission to foster democratic development around the world.
“This book about Hillary Clinton’s global image — former First Lady, US Senator and Secretary of State — is as much about the changing nature of American life as it is about the American narrative that has remained fixed,” states the editor, Dinesh Sharma, an Associate Research Professor at the Institute for Global Cultural Studies, SUNY Binghamton. “America still represents a revolutionary idea; a nation founded by a band of rebellious brothers on the principles of freedom and equality. Americans are still holding out the promise of liberty, a torch held high for the rest of the world, trying to shape the world in their own image.”
Featuring a diverse set of essays, this collection provides insight into Clinton’s leadership style, particularly her use of American "smart power" in foreign policy, while examining her impact on the continuing universal struggle for women’s rights.
Relevant to academic and casual readers alike, The Global Hillary is written with every voter in mind, as Dinesh Sharma expands on the conversation of American leadership and women's development worldwide. He tackles different subjects, including smart power; demographic changes and the role of women in American politics.
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About the Editor:
Dinesh Sharma is an Associate Research Professor at the Institute for Global Cultural Studies, SUNY Binghamton. His current teaching work is focused on human rights, globalization, leadership and the UN. In addition, Sharma teaches about global leadership and the UN at Fordham University at Lincoln Center, and has authored and edited several books, including The Global Obama and Barack Obama in Hawai’i and Indonesia.
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