February 21, 2011

Pentagon Turns Eyes on Asia

Richard Weitz, The Diplomat

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According to the recently released US National Military Strategy (NMS), the international order has reached ‘a strategic inflection point.’ The US Department of Defence still has to win the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but other regions are of increasing need of attention—particularly Asia.

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