Autor: Tom Donnelly
A Global Partnership between the U.S. and India
If India, like early America, is essentially still an inward-looking democracy with regional strategic priorities, the United States today is the inverse: a confident democracy striving to manage a global order that is fundamentally strong but coming under increasing strain.
Shocked and Awed: Defense Transformation in Iraq and Afghanistan
Two recent books by experienced war correspondents tell important stories that call parts of the defense transformation program into question.
China's Blunder The Anti-Secession Law and Its Implications
With Chinas declaration of an anti-secession law, Washington has received a timely if unwelcome reminder of the depth of Beijings determination to retake Taiwan and the reality of geopolitical rivalry in East Asia.
The Pentagon's New Plan: Is the new National Defense Strategy an improvement, or a step backward?
The brand-new National Defense Strategy of the United States is pretty good stuff. It's vintage Rumsfeld, preaching the gospel of 'continuous transformation,' which, when you think about it, is a uniquely American idea.
Strategy and Air Power
The September 11 attacks, the subsequent invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, and the counterinsurgency campaigns that have increasingly defined the day-to-day reality of the global war on terror have all recast these assumptions about U.S. national security.
Allies and Allies
To begin with, Japan appears to be undergoing a true strategic renaissance, even to the point now of pushing the Bush administration to take its responsibilities in East Asia seriously and not sublimate the problem of China entirely to concerns in the Middle East.
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