By Andrew R. Hoehn, Adam Grissom, David A. Ochmanek, David A. Shlapak, Alan J. Vick
An rising U.S. grand strategy--the advertising of democracy and freedom abroad--will definitely contain the U.S. defense force. even supposing they need to switch to satisfy adjustments in emphasis and insist, they can't possibility their ancient strengths. a few components of curiosity are the association and employment of forces, making plans for destiny conflicts, constructing info assets, and fostering partnerships one of the prone and with allies.
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4 In the case of Korea, for example, the risk of conﬂict may not be determined solely, or even primarily, by Pyongyang’s external circumstances. Internationally isolated, desperately poor, and politically underdeveloped to the point of selfcaricature, it is not implausible that North Korea may prove to be so unstable that, confronting some domestic crisis, it could strike out against outside enemies, real or perceived. S. policy might prove inadequate to prevent such an outcome with its accompanying risk of nuclear use.
Not only did the United States respond to the tragic events by bringing its might against those who perpetrated the attacks, it also displaced the Taliban regime that hosted al Qaeda and sought—and still seeks today—to leave in its place a free Afghan people governed by democratic principles. Within little more than a year of bringing down the Taliban regime, the United States set for itself similar goals in Iraq: to free the Iraqi people from a despotic regime that had repeatedly threatened its neighbors, attacked its own citizens, and was purported to possess weapons of mass destruction.
If America’s freedoms were to be protected at home, so argued the administration, freedom needed to establish broader and deeper roots abroad. S. 9 Whether the experiment in Iraq succeeds or not will have a large bearing on whether the United States will engage again in trying to 8 As this text was being written, American leaders were calling for free elections in Egypt and arguing aggressively for democratic reforms throughout the greater Middle East. For a discussion on the near-term prospects for liberalization in Egypt, see Diehl (2005).