Muddle or march: China and the 21st century Concert of Powers
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Power In the 21st Century
Preview Preview. Lennon and Amanda Kozlowski Experts analyze the changing perspectives and objectives of global powers China, Japan, Russia, India, and the European Union in a strategic landscape shaped by the Iraq War. Request Permissions Exam copy. Overview Author s Praise. Summary Experts analyze the changing perspectives and objectives of global powers China, Japan, Russia, India, and the European Union in a strategic landscape shaped by the Iraq War.
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Great powers similarly flank America and find creative ways to limit her military power and influence. China is outflanking the United States through expansive economic investments in new trade routes such as the One Belt, One Road while combining soft power, new overseas bases and military modernization to balance U. The character of not just war, but strategic competition appears to be changing.
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Failing to adapt will result in further losses of blood and treasure as well as prestige and influence. Power withers when it proves frail. This book calls for the rethinking of how the U.
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Strategic advantage in the 21st century will emerge from mapping human geography in a connected world, leveraging key relationships, and applying a mix of unconventional and conventional methods that put adversaries on the horns of a dilemma. View: no detail some detail full detail. Front Matter Title Pages.
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