A World in Disarray: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order - Chapters 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Haass, Richard
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Chapter 11 describes the approach that the United States should take to each region of the world and thus addresses the problems presented in Chapter 6. Haass states that the Asia-Pacific region has strong states and national identities and best aligns with traditional foreign policy. It is currently stable, but needs American influence to remain that way. He argues that the United States should maintain a robust military presence to reassure allies in the region and prevent them from enlarging their own militaries and causing an arms race. Simultaneously, resulting U.S. influence should be used to limit the reckless behavior of allies. Countries in the Asia-Pacific should be encouraged to create a regional security architecture, analogous to Europe’s OSCE, to allow open communication and prevent accidental wars. Further, the United States should cooperate with Japan and South Korea to set and communicate clear...

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