The Changing Relationship between Economics and National Security
Aaron L. Friedberg looks at four aspects of the changing relationship between economics and national security: the impact of defense spending cuts, the effect of economic change on the power of individual states, the potential uses of economic statecraft, and the national pursuit of "economic security."
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 Strategic Implications of Relative Economic Decline, Aaron L. Friedberg
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