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The world today – for most countries, one that is stable, peaceful, and open – rests on an order built by the U.S. that, since 1989, has not been challenged by any other major player.Even when new threats were unformed, it maintained massive military power and talked and acted tough.In the late 1940s, the United States was stronger than any country had ever been in modern history, with total economic supremacy, hundreds of thousands of troops still in Europe and Asia and credibility it had earned by waging two world wars. This is not to say that the Truman administration's foreign policy is to be blamed – I admire Harry Truman greatly – but rather that in a complicated world, even if you have tremendous strength and act forcefully, stuff happens.While that's a powerful and inspirational idea for women in the workplace, it is a simplistic, dangerous guide for a superpower in a complex world.
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