Exit Included in FT’s “Year Ahead in Books”

We’re excited – and pleasantly surprised – to learn that Suiz Feay has included Exit from Hegemony in the Financial Times‘ “2020 Visions: The Year Ahead in Books“.

Samir Puri investigates The Great Imperial Hangover (Atlantic RRP£20, April), arguing that even as empires dissolve, their legacies inescapably continue to shape our lives. The unravelling of the American global order is explored in Exit from Hegemony (OUP RRP$29.95, February/RRP£22.99, May) by Alexander Cooley and Daniel Nexon, who lay out how US global power is changing and which aspects of it will endure. Another perspective on how our world is being reshaped comes via Thomas Rid and Active Measures (Profile RRP£22/Farrar, Straus & Giroux RRP$30, April), in which the expert on technology and security traces the history of disinformation and its impact on politics and democracy.

About Dan Nexon 24 Articles
Daniel Nexon is an associate professor in the Department of Government and the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He is the author of The Struggle for Power in Early Modern Europe: Religious Conflict, Dynastic Empires, and International Change.