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Title: Power of Nations in the 1990s: A Strategic ...
Publisher: University Press of America
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Book Type: Paperback
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This study is a strategic assessment of the power of nations in the world of the 1990s and recommendations as to the U.S. strategic role appropriate to that world. Cline has created a formula that describes territorial size, population, economic capability, and military power for strategic purpose and national will. He advocates that in the international arena, the United States should take a defensive strategy, acting overseas only in incidents of overt aggression, and then only in concert with a core group of approximately twenty strategic associate states. The study presents the United States as the only remaining superpower, with the heavy responsibility of keeping democracy alive. Co-published with the United States Global Strategy Council.About the Author:
Ray S. Cline is Chairman of the United States Global Strategy Council.
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