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Captain Wayne Porter of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Colonel Mark Mykleby, who wrote the paper for the Woodrow Wilson Center,  argue that the United States has its policies all wrong. America’s  greatest national security threats aren’t terrorism or foreign  armies—they are a crumbling infrastructure at home, the depletion of  natural resources, climate change, and an overdependence on what they  call “defense and protectionism.” Counterintuitively, this paper from  special assistants to Joint Chiefs of Staff  Chairman Admiral Mike Mullen,  argues that America’s best hopes for  world leadership lies in classical left-wing tropes of conservation,  soft power, and aggressive humanitarian work abroad.

Click through for their four biggest (and most controversial) suggestions on the best path to maintaining America’s global hegemony.

Captain Wayne Porter of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Colonel Mark Mykleby, who wrote the paper for the Woodrow Wilson Center, argue that the United States has its policies all wrong. America’s greatest national security threats aren’t terrorism or foreign armies—they are a crumbling infrastructure at home, the depletion of natural resources, climate change, and an overdependence on what they call “defense and protectionism.” Counterintuitively, this paper from special assistants to Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Admiral Mike Mullen, argues that America’s best hopes for world leadership lies in classical left-wing tropes of conservation, soft power, and aggressive humanitarian work abroad.

Click through for their four biggest (and most controversial) suggestions on the best path to maintaining America’s global hegemony.

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