The Strategic Implications of Relative Economic Decline
Aaron L. Friedberg analyzes the strategic implications of recent changes in America's position in the world economy. He concludes that these shifts could impose subtle but powerful constraints on U.S. freedom of diplomatic and military action.
The Future of American Power, Aaron L. Friedberg
The Myth of America's Decline: Leading the World Economy into the 1990s, Henry R. Nau Reviewed by Aaron L. Friedberg
The Changing Relationship between Economics and National Security, Aaron L. Friedberg
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