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100 1  Moran, Michael,|d1946- 
245 14 The reckoning :|bdebt, democracy, and the future of 
       American power /|cMichael Moran ; foreword by Nouriel 
       Roubini 
250    1st ed 
260    New York :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2012 
300    xiii, 242 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. [221]-235) and 
       index 
520    "The age of American global dominance is ending. In recent
       years, risky economic and foreign policies have steadily 
       eroded the power structure in place since the Cold War. 
       And now, staggering under a huge burden of debt, the 
       country must make some tough choices--or watch its 
       creditors walk away. In The Price of Decline, Michael 
       Moran, a leading geostrategy analyst at Roubini Global 
       Economics, the Council on Foreign Relations, and other 
       leading institutions, explores how a variety of forces are
       converging to challenge U.S. leadership--including 
       unprecedented information technologies, the growing 
       prosperity of countries like China, India, Brazil, and 
       Turkey, and the diminished importance of Wall Street in 
       the face of global markets.This shift will have serious 
       consequences for the wider world as well. Countries that 
       have traditionally depended on the United States for 
       protection will have to adjust their policies to reality. 
       Each nation will be responsible for its own human rights 
       record, energy production, and environmental policy, and 
       revolutions will succeed or fail unaided. Moran describes 
       how, with a bit of political leadership, America can 
       transition to this new world order gracefully--by managing
       entitlements, reigniting sustainable growth, reforming 
       immigration policy, and breaking the poisonous deadlock in
       Washington. If not, he warns, the new era will arrive on 
       its own terms and provide a nasty shock to those clinging 
       to the 20th century"--|cProvided by publisher 
520    "The age of American global dominance is ending. In recent
       years, risky economic and foreign policies have steadily 
       eroded the power structure in place since the Cold War. 
       And now, staggering under a huge burden of debt, the 
       country must make some tough choices--or watch its 
       creditors walk away. In The Reckoning, Michael Moran, a 
       leading geostrategy analyst at Roubini Global Economics, 
       the Council on Foreign Relations, and other leading 
       institutions, explores how a variety of forces are 
       converging to challenge U.S. leadership--including 
       unprecedented information technologies, the growing 
       prosperity of countries like China, India, Brazil, and 
       Turkey, and the diminished importance of Wall Street in 
       the face of global markets. This shift will have serious 
       consequences for the wider world as well. Countries that 
       have traditionally depended on the United States for 
       protection will have to adjust their policies to reality. 
       Each nation will be responsible for its own human rights 
       record, energy production, and environmental policy, and 
       revolutions will succeed or fail unaided. Moran describes 
       how, with a bit of political leadership, America can 
       transition to this new world order gracefully--by managing
       entitlements, reigniting sustainable growth, reforming 
       immigration policy, and breaking the poisonous deadlock in
       Washington. If not, he warns, the new era will arrive on 
       its own terms and provide a nasty shock to those clinging 
       to the 20th century. "--|cProvided by publisher 
650  7 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economic History.|2bisacsh 
650  7 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economic Conditions.|2bisacsh 
650  7 HISTORY / World.|2bisacsh 
651  0 United States|xEconomic policy|y2009- 
651  0 United States|xEconomic conditions|y2009- 
651  0 United States|xForeign economic relations 
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