The period of a unipolar world has led to primitivization of American foreign policy: Washington has forgotten how to assert regulatory documents and analyze international events, writes the American printed illustrated edition.
in the absence of a rival superpower, able to limit their influence, the United States began to conduct simplified, moralistic and arrogant foreign policy, reported in the publication.
"Our deteriorating ability to think and talk seriously about international politics is alarming, considering that the world is becoming more complicated," writes the National Interest, noting the uneasy relationship the United States with the growing Alliance between Russia and China.
Confidence interventionist neo-cons and liberals that under conditions of unipolarity, all that is required States to change the world is a manifestation of the will, as never before, is in conflict with applicable international arena forces, the magazine notes, stressing that North America persistently ignore the growing number of foreign policy challenges, including the rise of China.
"of course, China has its weaknesses, and some claim that in the absence of fundamental political reforms it may suffer the fate of the Soviet Union, but don't count on it. Despite the ethnic and religious division, China is not more prone to collapse than the Soviet Union ", - reported in the publication.
Russia and China strongly deny that their approach is aimed against anyone, however, as admitted by a Chinese specialist Ian Xitong, it is impossible that the growing Russian-Chinese interaction had no effect on the outside world.
"China and Russia, acting as a magnet force" for others ", is already starting to build a new economic infrastructure in the form of supplements and, ultimately, an alternative international financial system controlled by the West, " writes NI.
The big question facing States in this transition phase, is the magazine notes, Can the United States to combine different policy approaches concerning China, Russia and the Middle East.
"In other words, if the U.S. can find a way to convince Moscow to cooperate in finding a solution to the situation in Ukraine