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A nation must think before it acts.
The Unquiet Frontier, co-authored by FPRI Senior Fellow Jakub J. Grygiel and A. Wess Mitchell was reviewed by Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster. Here is part of what he had to say:
“‘“The Unquiet Frontier” paints a gloomy picture—the specter of large-scale conflict and the unraveling of alliance networks that have offered a critical strategic advantage to the U.S.—but the authors close with specific recommendations to officials in Washington. These include diplomatic policies that prioritize allies, a forward military presence, shared intelligence and helping countries at the outer reaches of American power develop strong defensive capabilities.”