Solving America's Power Problem: Why a More Modest Foreign Policy and a Smaller Military Will Keep Us Safe and Free
1 hour 10 minutes 13 seconds
American Politics | Defense and Security Studies | International Relations | Military and Veterans Studies | Peace and Conflict Studies | Political Science | Public Policy | Terrorism Studies
Dr. Christopher Preble (vice president for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute) addresses the numerous polls that show that Americans want to reduce our military presence abroad. He explores the aims, costs, and limitations of the use of this nation's military power. In Preble's book, The Power Problem, he makes the case that the foreign policy experts who disdain the public's perspectives are wrong. Preble offers audience members a scholarly perspective on the issue.
Preble, Christopher, "Solving America's Power Problem: Why a More Modest Foreign Policy and a Smaller Military Will Keep Us Safe and Free" (2012). Other Lectures. Video File. Submission 22.
Sponsored by the Linfield College Political Science Department and the International Relations major.