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“Preserving” Primacy is Both Delusional and Self-destructive

Global economic interdependency and states' pursuit of self-interest in today's multi-polar world combine to undermine U.S. efforts at primacy. The post “Preserving” Primacy is Both Delusional and Self-destructive appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.
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