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G. John Ikenberry
¤ This author's Web site: Woodrow Wilson Institute of Public and Internationa Affairs ¤

Professor of Politics and International Affairs. Woodrow Wilson Institute, Princeton University, USA


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Conflict Resolution and Sustainable Peace Building

Forging a World of Liberty under Law: US National Security in the Twenty-first Century
¤ Anne-Marie Slaughter, G. John Ikenberry ¤ September 2006
This report outlines a new US security strategy for the decades to come. The basic objective of this strategy must be, for the authors, to protect the American people and the American way of life. This overarching goal should comprise three more specific aims: 1) a secure homeland, including protection against attacks on the American people and infrastructure, and against fatal epidemics; 2) a healthy global economy, which is essential for US prosperity and security; and 3) a benign (...) read more

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