Zone Warfare
South Korea Counters China's ADIZ with a Zone of its Own
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  • S.C. Schwarz

    They’re right, we are on the way out. Obama can talk about an “Asia pivot” all he wants, but the budget realities mean that retreat and retrenchment are inevitable.

  • Anthony

    To overthrow established power is hard enough; to grasp the loosed power in your own hand is harder still. The latter is the real name of the game.

  • Blackbeard

    They’re right, we are on the way out. Obama can talk about an “Asia pivot” all he wants, but the budget realities mean that retreat and retrenchment are inevitable.

  • Anthony

    To overthrow established power is hard enough; to grasp the loosed power in your own hand is harder still. The latter is the real name of the game.

  • Hubbub

    Who knows, we may find ourselves in a power vacuum similar to that which existed between the two world wars where the British were retreating from the world and where the United States waffled, wavered, and crnged in its approach to world leadership – except this time around in ‘history repeats itself’, the United States is the nation on the retreat.

  • Hubbub

    Who knows, we may find ourselves in a power vacuum similar to that which existed between the two world wars where the British were retreating from the world and where the United States waffled, wavered, and crnged in its approach to world leadership – except this time around in ‘history repeats itself’, the United States is the nation on the retreat.

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