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An ninh khu vực (Regional Security) (4)

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  • Authors: Gelb, Leslie H. (2009-11)

  • The author, President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, examines America’s role in the modern era -- one in which no great power predominates world politics (as was the case historically). The article examines one view on how power is distributed in the 21st century and how U.S. leaders can effectively use their power.

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  • Authors: S. Nye, Joseph (2010-01)

  • The author, the University Distinguished Service Professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School, discusses the world affairs dilemma facing the Obama administration, and looks at how Obama can manage the Bush administration’s legacy and realize his own vision of how Americans should interact with the world

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  • Authors: Ba, Alice (2009-12)

  • This article examines contemporary US-Southeast Asia relations as the product of both longstanding forces and a transitioning regional system. First, it highlights systemic forces behind some of the more enduring features and challenges of US-Southeast Asia policy and relations during the presidency of George W. Bush. Systemic forces highlighted include not just the structural-power dynamics that preoccupy International Relations students, but also the interplay of domestic politics, geography and history. It discloses that the key differences between Bush and his predecessors were more of degree and diplomacy than of substance. Bilateralism, sentimental idealism, and a gene...

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  • Authors: J. Schmitt, Gary (2009-12)

  • The author, Director of the Program on Advanced Strategic Studies at American Enterprise Institute, examines the Obama administration's foreign policy approach to Asia and presents a road map for current and future U.S. policy, focusing on the strategic needs of the United States to maximize its influence in the region.