Pragmatic Engagement Amidst Global Uncertainty: Three Major Challenges

Friday, December 11, 2015

Edited by Stephen D. Krasner and Amy Zegart, with the assistance of Karl W. Eikenberry, James D. Fearon, Francis Fukuyama, David M. Kennedy, and Abraham D. Sofaer

Despite differences magnified by the presidential election campaign, Americans are basically united in their desire to seek a secure and prosperous nation that can lead the way toward a more peaceful and hopeful world. The United States is exceptionally secure, but many Americans do not feel secure. This anxiety stems from the fact that the United States faces several long-term threats that may or may not emerge.

The Hoover Institution’s Working Group on Foreign Policy and Grand Strategy has produced a national security strategy that acknowledges this uncertainty and hedges as well as engages, recognizing that resources are not limitless. This strategy also endeavors to lay out the conceptual and policy road map for success.

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