The monography explores the technology of nonviolent resistance in the US foreign policy in 21st Century. It reveals the conceptual framework of nonviolent
resistance based on the theoretical concepts of Henry David Thoreau, Leo Tolstoy, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and Gene Sharp. The author considers
the application of methods of nonviolent resistance in the US foreign policy strategy through numerous examples in the Balkans, the post-Soviet space, the
Middle East and around the world. He highlights the role of Internet technologies in a nonviolent regime change.