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America: Indispensable Nation, Or Indispensable Partner?

One of the many strange things about the current U.S. election is that the fight on foreign policy is over whether or not to accept the reality that the world has changed since Madeline Albright coined the term "indispensable nation" as secretary of state 18 years ago. America and its global role have been redefined during those 18 years; we are no longer the indispensable nation, we are the indispensable partner, and there is a big philosophical difference between those two ideas.
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