It is obvious that Washington thinks the effect of increasing and generating hard American power is worth any losses from abandoning international cooperation.
America has formed a fairly complete electronic warfare system around the Western Pacific region.
The American withdrawal from the Middle East is no more of an excuse to shift attention toward Asia than it is an attempt by the U.S. administration to cover up its own fatigue and lack of resources.
With "Zootopia," the line is once more blurred between education and entertainment.
Researchers trace the first use of the term “soft power” to Joseph Nye, assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs for U.S. President Bill Clinton and chairman of the National Intelligence Council. He published a book on the subject that described the rise of new guidelines for U.S. foreign [Read more]
In order for his policy to pay, the American president firstly needs some visible results obtained through the policy of soft power (not violent) and progressive pressure.