April 15, 2014

The Slow Death of the Old Global Order

Robert Merry, The National Interest

The Associated Press

Seriousness is what the times call for. We are living through a crisis of the old order, and it demands new thinking, new cautions, new understandings of the profound challenges of this pregnant historical interregnum. If Western leaders continue along the course they’ve been on in the post-Cold War period, they are likely to go down in history in much the same light as those sadly obtuse leaders who presided over the onset of World War I.

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TAGGED: United States, Middle East, Europe, U.S. Foreign Policy

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