The World America Made by Robert Kagan is about the constantly evolving changes in the world order and the projection of power by the major players, as well as small coalitions of countries which can act cooperatively to achieve economic or geopolitical ends. Kagan presents a world which has been at relative peace between the major superpowers since the conclusion of the Cold War and the substantial victory with regard to the War on Terror. The author explains … more
Readable but not highly exciting. It entails the power shift and dominance position of the U.S. to multi nations. A book written more for American audience, imho. It has less pages than many of books I've read so far and I haven't learn much new stuff or thoughts from it!