August 17, 2011

Shaping a New World Order

Andrew Bacevich, Los Angeles Times

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China, Russia, India and others are rising, and to call the U.S. the world's 'sole superpower' now means little. But Washington can benefit if it is able to manage this geopolitical transformation effectively.

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