Nov 20, 2016

Alliances & partnerships: U.S. commitments in the Asia-Pacific | Brookings Institution

As the United States election season heats up, campaign rhetoric questioning the value of U.S. alliances overseas has kicked off a furor of debate in foreign policy circles. At this critical juncture of the United States reassessing its international obligations, contributing scholars to the Brookings Order from Chaos project offer their analyses of the various U.S. alliances and security...

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