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Robert D. Kaplan: 'A More Crowded, Nervous, Anxious World'


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Publicado el 1 de dic. de 2014
NEW YORK, November 12, 2014 — Atlantic foreign correspondent and author Robert D. Kaplan argues that a host of factors, such as East Asian nationalism and capitalist growth, have contributed to the erosion of American naval dominance in Asian waters, and says that tensions surrounding the South China Sea indicate that we've entered "a more crowded, nervous, anxious world."

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