How America can survive and thrive in a post-American world

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Using sound historical and economic comparisons, Fareed Zakaria offers an optimistic take on how American power and purpose is still as relevant and impotant as ever in an interconnected, globalised world with the rise of many power centres like China,  India, Russia, Brazil and South Africa, but only if America learns the lessons of history well and is able to get past the isolationist, protectionist paranoia that currently envelopes many levers of the policy-making machine.  A singularly dispassionate and rational analysis in what is regrettably the most hawkish policy climate in the US at the moment.  Washington, is anyone out there?

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