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Collective Defense or Strategic Independence

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Collective Defense or Strategic Independence
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Publisher: Cato Institute
ISBN/ASIN: 066920448X
Number of pages: 334

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The doctrine of collective defense -- as implemented through a far-flung network of military alliances -- has governed U.S. foreign policy for more than four decades and has enjoyed both an academic and public consensus. But now prominent figures on both the left and the right are advocating a new look at America's global commitments.

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