American Power: Still the Best Hope for Peace
PAI’s National Security Fellow, Craig Caruana, recently published an engrossing treatise entitled: American Power: Still the Best Hope for Peace.
“Deep inside many pacified, integration loving, defense-expenditure-cutting Europeans is the memory of what Europe once was and could become again: realpolitik, mechanized for war; and horrifically efficient at killing en masse.”
American Power: Still the Best Hope for Peace takes readers on a 100 year journey that explains how the United States has prevented major nations from going to war with each other for nearly 70 years.
From Europe to the Middle East and most importantly, in East Aisa, American power has kept the peace. Unfortunately, through poor policy choices the United States will soon be unable to continue this role. Will the current generation of Americans shrug this responsibility or rise to meet the challenge?
Mr. Caruana’s book can be purchased at: