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Foreword by Colonel Michael R. Eastman Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: Peace and Strategy I. Sun Tzu's Acme of Skill1 Opposites Detract2 The Art of Information3 Shaking the Invisible Hand4 Leadership II. The Founders' Art of Peace5 Sovereignty and Self-Government6 Influencing7 Diplomacy and Commerce8 A Brave New World III. Strategic Deficit Disorder9 American Self-Ignorance10 Intelligence Deficit11 Soft Power for Softies12 One-Hand Clapping13 Communication-Challenged IV. Rebalancing to Win the Peace14 Strategic Dialogue15 Development Engagement16 Peace-Building Reboot17 Exceptionalism as Realpolitik Conclusion: Medicine for a Sick World Bibliography Index About the Authors
Juliana Geran Pilon is senior fellow at the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization, USA. She has taught at several universities, managed two major nonprofit organisations, and authored several books.