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Foreign Policy From the Dark Side

War, Strategy, and American Interests in the Twenty-First Century
By Robert D. Kaplan

With 4dBy Bret Stephens

  • The New York Times

The 1990s: Remember them?

The decade began with the collapse of the Soviet Union.

It ended with the Dow bursting past the 10,000 mark.

In between, we got victory in the gulf, the creation of the European Union and the World Trade Organization, NATO enlargement, an American budget surplus, peace in Northern Ireland, Google, victory in the Balkans and (Charles Barkley aside) a world firmly united in wanting to be “like…

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