Monday, March 12, 2018

Gordon M. Hahn — Implications of Pew Study on “Major Threat” Perceptions Around the Globe

Recent Pew research surveys conducted in 38 and 30 countries, respectively, across the globe suggest the following troubling trends for Washington: American hegemony is waning; Russian public diplomacy may be making some inroads in many countries, including some NATO countries, the world is increasingly split apart between the West (plus Japan) and all the rest, and the effectiveness of China’s ‘quiet rise’ economy- and trade-based foreign policy.…
US soft power in decline.

The major problem of the US involves credibility. The US is defending the outer reaches of the empire as well as attempting to extend its borders. This clearly has nothing to do with national security or national defense in the minds of much of the world, including many Americans, and not only America Firsters.

Russian and Eurasian Politics
Implications of Pew Study on “Major Threat” Perceptions Around the GlobeGordon M. Hahn, analyst and Advisory Board member at Geostrategic Forecasting Corporation, member of the Executive Advisory Board at the American Institute of Geostrategy, a contributing expert for Russia Direct, a senior researcher at the Center for Terrorism and Intelligence Studies, Akribis Group, and; and an analyst and consultant for Russia – Other Points of View

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