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Seeking Stability In The Structure of Power

by Seth Cropseyvia Strategika
Thursday, November 15, 2018

The global strategic landscape is moving away from the primacy that America achieved over the last century. New terrain includes the possibility of great power competition, a return to the bipolarity that policy-makers in the immediate post-Cold War said must never happen again. Current sentiment in the U.S. illustrates that there are worse possibilities than bipolarity.

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The Sinews Of Empire

by Seth Cropseyvia Strategika
Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Modern scholars of politics revel in their complex descriptions of state action. Rather than oversimplifying and reducing the state to a unitary body, they separate its internal components and assess each of their relative strengths. There’s something to this.

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Report of the Commission On The Eastern Mediterranean

by Rear Admiral Shaul Chorev (Ret.), Mary Landrieu, Admiral Ami Ayalon (Ret.), Seth Cropsey, Charles D. Davidson, Douglas Feith, Arthur Herman, Ron Prosor, Admiral Gary Roughead, Eytan Sheshinskivia Hudson.org
Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Authoritarian politics, energy and computer technology and war are rapidly transforming the Eastern Mediterranean.

Beyond the Water's Edge

by George Weigel, Malcolm Wallop, James M. Inhofe, Thomas Gale Moore, Elaine Donnelly, Paula J. Dobriansky, Elliott Abrams, Seth Cropseyvia Policy Review
Friday, September 1, 1995

Military and foreign policy issues for the '96 campaign