When the U.S. assumed the PAX, it assumed responsibility for global order, but for how long? Just how deeply entangled should America be in the world's affairs? What alternatives are there ...
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Thirty years ago New Zealand was on the verge of economic collapse. Today, the country is a driving force in international trade, economic leadership, healthy environmental practices, and ... See full summary »
Personal, emotional interviews from Jon and those close to him detail the surprising events that lead the professional athlete to become a full time humanitarian, and how the grass roots ... See full summary »
When the U.S. assumed the PAX, it assumed responsibility for global order, but for how long? Just how deeply entangled should America be in the world's affairs? What alternatives are there to being the world's policemen? Is there really a downside to retreat? And in the absence of the U.S., how might global order be maintained - or decimated? In a companion documentary to America in Retreat by Wall Street Journal's Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Bret Stephens, Free To Choose Executive Editor and Cato Senior Fellow Johan Norberg examine the questions facing a nation leaning back toward isolationism. Written by
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