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Ray Takeyh and Nikolas Gvosdev

Making up for America's lost clout

By Ray Takeyh and Nikolas Gvosdev
April 13, 2008

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A GROWING NUMBER of nations are engaged in behavior that the United States does not approve of - from selling advanced technologies to "rogue states" to actively supporting groups battling America and its allies. As the presidential candidates attempt to define their grand strategy, they must contemplate what tools the United States has for modifying the behavior of its adversaries. (Full article: 731 words)

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