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The next one hundred years of history will be written mostly in the Asia-Pacific region, and the United States wants to play a central role in that drama.
The United States should understand that it holds most of the cards and that it can use military assistance, among other tools, to push Saudi policy in a direction that favorable to U.S. interests.
Asian nations must find ways to adapt to the structural changes in the Asian balance of power, the essence of which is the rise of China and the perceived decline of the United States.
Foreign policy practitioners believe the next president will confront perhaps the most dangerous international environment and the broadest and most intimidating set of challenges to U.S. foreign policy since at least the end of the cold war, and arguably longer.
The genius of the American system is that it is designed to reinvent itself. It is designed to succeed even if those who are elevated to high office within it are imperfect.