Monday, April 7, 2008

Kissinger's Perspective

The "debate" on national security and international relations has collapsed in recent years to Iraq and Iran with a dash of North Korea, Pakistan and Russia.

For those of you interested in the future of international relations and national security strategy, Henry Kissinger provides a refreshingly sophisticated essay in today's Washington Post outlining three major forces that will shape global events for most of our lives.

These forces include the evolution of the European Union, radical Islam and non-state actors and "the drift of the center of gravity of international affairs from the Atlantic to the Pacific and Indian Oceans".

You can read the entire article here.

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