Thursday, April 24, 2008

The National Interest
Inside Track: Pole Dancing
by Andrew E. Title


Is the United States still the “indispensable nation”? How much more time does it have on top of the global political order? Who—or what—will come after America? Thursday at “A Place for the U.S.? The Future of American Leadership in a ‘World Without the West,’” four panelists pondered these questions. The general consensus was that rising powers like China, India, Brazil and Russia are gaining influence—at the expense of Europe and the United States.

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