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Defining US Strategy for a World in Transition

With war tearing apart eastern Ukraine, ethnic strife claiming lives from Libya to Yemen, and record numbers of African refugees drowning in the Mediterranean, it’s easy to conclude that the once-familiar world order is falling apart. Whether or not that’s true, few scholars would dispute that the United States is no longer in charge as it was in 1945—at the end of World War II—when the US economy accounted for 50 percent of global GDP. Today, that figure is more like 18 percent, said Barry Pavel, who with Peter Engelke is the author of a new strategy paper, Dynamic Stability: …read more

Source: Atlantic Council

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