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Why Asia Is Fast Replacing Europe as Americas First Strategic Concern

By New American Century

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Title: Why Asia Is Fast Replacing Europe as Americas First Strategic Concern  
Author: New American Century
Language: English
Subject: Political science., Philosophy & politics, Politics & international relations
Collections: New American Century Collection
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Publisher: The Project for the New American Century


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Excerpt: Next week, a meeting will take place in Riga, Latvia to discuss the pending expansion of the Atlantic alliance to include as many as 10 new members whose citizens were formerly under Soviet dominion. That the meeting is taking place at all is testament to the success of NATO, a welcome reminder as European capitals and Washington worry about their diverging world views and NATO?s future capabilities and mission. As serious as these problems are a profound development affecting Europe and its alliance with America has received little attention.


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