“Something of historic importance is happening in North Asia,” Phillip Bobbitt writes. “Our present enervation, the sense of inertia in U.S. policy, arises in part because we lack the imaginative ideas commensurate with the radical change in the strategic situation.”
Sam Roggeveen is a senior fellow at the Lowy Institute, Sydney. He is the founding editor of the Institute’s digital magazine, the Interpreter, and was previously a senior analyst with Australia’s peak intelligence agency, the Office of National Assessments.
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