From Superpower to Besieged Global Power. What is the Bush Doctrine and its Revolutionary Vision of a Transformed Global Order to Suit the administration’s preferences? Why has the Bush Doctrine failed, exposing the United States as a formidable global power, but NOT a superpower?
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“. . . [A]s we defend peace, we also have an historic opportunity to preserve the peace. We have our best chance since the rise of the nation-state in the seventeenth century to build a world where the great powers compete in peace instead of prepare for war.”
— Unity of civilian and military command divided & conflicting
— Close infiltration through surrounding states (Syrian and Iran)
— Control arms storage areas
—Most critically -- win the confidence & support of the targeted population
* Provide security
+ Separate the population from combatants
+ Gain real-time intelligence
* Provide essential civilian needs