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Exit from Hegemony

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In self-congratulation
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On September 3, 2019
So, um, yeah. I’ve been pretty AWOL for… a while. Among other things, Alex Cooley and I got the reviews back from Oxford University Press for our book. Because it really needs to come out before the 2020 election, we spent a good chunk of the summer crashing on redrafting. We managed to get it […]
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If you’d asked me about the fate of the American-led international system a few weeks ago, I would have said that Trump has done enormous damage to US leadership and national security, some of that damage is permanent, but much of the infrastructure remains capable of being patched back together. For example, the longer that […]
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Note: as some of our readers know, I’m supposed to be writing a book (with Alexander Cooley) on the unravelling of American hegemonic order. This book is due… much sooner than I would like. I’ve been suffering some degree of writers block. Part of the problem is that the ‘voice’ of the book is hybrid […]
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