2000 – Rebuilding America’s Defense Timelines: MindControl, N-USA, US Sicherheitssystem, US-Imperialismus
- 2000 – Study: REBUILDING AMERICA’S DEFENSES
- Feb. 2003 – Centre for Peace Studies: A SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS
Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung: Pax Americana und gewaltsame Demokratisierung
America’s global leadership, and its role as the guarantor of the current great-power peace, relies upon the safety of the American homeland; the preservation of a favorable balance of power in Europe, the Mddle East and surrounding energy producing region, and East Asia; and the general stability of the international system of nation-states relative to terrorists, organized crime, and other “non-state actors.”
The relative importance of these elements, and the threats to U.S. interests, may rise and fall over time. Europe, for example, is now extraordinarily peaceful and stable, despite the turmoil in the Balkans. Conversely, East Asia appears to be entering a period with increased potential for instability and competition. In the Gulf, American power and presence has achieved relative external security for U.S. allies, but the longer-term prospects are murkier.
Generally, American strategy for the coming decades should seek to consolidate the great victories won in the 20 th century – which have made Germany and Japan into stable democracies, for example – maintain stability in the Middle East, while setting the conditions for 21 st -century successes, especially in East Asia.