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Feb 12, 2017 4:15pm EST
rising china and the continuing challenge of jihadist some of theto fragile state and how only u.s. military power along with other instruments of national power can address those challenges bois andiv just to give you a sense of what you would read there is p some good propositions because i don't think with the use of military power is called upon. but the challenge that he describes in asia and europe is very reminiscent and of book supports the challenges and want to conclude my remarks with the books on the gathering storm which ach think speaks to what professor cohen has addressed in his book packs can to show how little easily the tragedy could have been prevented of the structure unless they are welded of lack of persistence to the humble masses how even with the self preservation we shall see how those councils of mortal danger in the desire for safety needs to thee bull's-eye of disaster of international action pursued by many states irrespective of the ad and flow for his sick met this the great pleasure tuesday care on wanted est. terrific book from somebody that is a
CSPAN
Feb 22, 2017 3:57am EST
parties have changed. it was japan in the 80s in mexico in the 90s and now it's china. as far as our allies go they have always been a bunch of freeloading exploiters along the lines that he outlined in his inaugural address. what you see is what you can get. this is his fundamental view. second, i think it's also the case that this view that allies are hearing is not just to be attributed to the views of this president. it's also view they heard from this president's predecessor. who, and his interviews particularly in the last seven years of his presidency made it clear that he thinks american allies are freeloading and that were getting a free ride from the united states. in many quarters you'll see foreign leaders and foreign governments wrestle with the notion with, is the surpassing phenomena or something were deeply rooted in the united states. it goes back to the point where america actually elect these presidents. the third observation goes back to elliotts comments about secretary scholz, he is living proof that no man is a hero is wrong. academic international relation ten
CSPAN
Feb 25, 2017 12:00pm EST
, multiplicity of challenges in the form of a rising china and rambunctious russia and the continuing challenge of jihadi's him and the danger of fragile and failing states to the international order and how only us military power along with other instruments of national power can address those challenges and concludes to give you a sense of what you will read if you take my advice is also some very good propositions have to think about the use of force, i don't think i or he would argue use of military power is called upon. the challenges he described i will end on this note and turn the floor to my colleague, hal brands, the challenges he describes in asia and europe and the middle east are reminiscent and i think he agrees with this and the book supports this, the challenges statesman faced in the interwar period. i wanted to conclude my remarks with a quotation from winston churchill's book on the gathering storm which i think speaks to both what eliot cohen addressed in his book and the current moment and his purpose as someone who lived and acted during that period to show how easily the
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