Much has been made over the last few years of the prospect of a power transition taking place in world politics. If the narrative of American decline is at least partially correct then the United States will be forced to rebalance its foreign policy to a world that is no longer 'unambiguously unipolar'.
In this report, we asked a selection of experts to assess that adjustment across a series of policy areas.
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The United States after Unipolarity
Published December 2011
Hard Power in Hard Times: Relative Military Power in an era of Budgetary Constraint
Obama's Nuclear Weapons Policy in a Changing World
Obama's Interventions: Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya
The United States and International Economic Governance
Joseph P. Joyce
The American Economy and America's Global Power
Repairing the American Image, One Tweet at a Time
American Democracy Promotion and the 'Arab Spring'
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