Brookings Mountain West
For over sixty years the United States has led an international order that provided the underpinnings of peace, security, and economic prosperity. Today, that order is under strain from a variety of sources: the rise of new powers, an economic crisis, resource scarcity, technological innovations, rising nationalism, territorial disputes, and transnational challenges. This lecture will examine these pressures and ask how the United States can reform the international order so it plays as constructive a role in the 21st century as it did in the 20th.
Economics; International relations; Nationalism; Natural resources; Peace; Peace-building; Reconciliation; Technological innovations
Economic Policy | International Relations | Peace and Conflict Studies | Political Science
America's Role in a Changing World.
Available at: http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/brookings_lectures_events/69