Hudson Institute Presidential Transition Papers
January 8, 2009
by Charles Horner
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Old international problems remain in the world's trouble
spots. It's the surrounding world which has changed. The divisions
in Asia and Eurasia of the Cold War era are long
gone. The new dynamic relations among East Asia, Central
Asia, South and Southeast Asia, and West Asia will be the
largest single influence on the shape of world politics. The
United States will be hard-pressed to retain its influence over
those relationships. As new actors from the East become more
involved in politics to their West, the United States must adjust
its strategic vision and its operational methods.
Charles Horner is a Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute and author of Rising China and Its Postmodern Fate: Memories of Empire in a New Global Context.
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