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AMERICA'SNEW MAP

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CHAPTER 1

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CHAPTER 2

Nuclear Clubbing: America’s Obsession with Preventing Proliferation

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

Experts have long predicted a recklessly rapid expansion of nuclear powers. The exact opposite has happened, reflecting an underappreciated success of US foreign policy.

Frankenstein’s Monster: Coming to Grips with Our Most Powerful Creation

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

Globalization is America’s gift to the world and our greatest strategic success, yet Americans now fear and loathe it for the profound challenges it imposes on our nation.

The Empty Throne: Globalization Comes with Rules but No Ruler

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

As an operating system, globalization is the global economy’s open-source software: easy to apply, hard to quit, with no single authority, and subject to revisions from all participants.

Symmetrizing the Global War on Terror (GWOT): Our Badasses Are Better Than Your Bad Actors

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

After 9/11, America deployed a big-war force to combat a small-wars opponent. Obama rightsized our GWOT effort while embracing targeted killings, creating risky new rules.

America’s New Map: Climate Change as Globalization’s Next Ordering Principle

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

During the post–Cold War era, globalization’s least connected states generated the most salient threats. Climate change further “verticalizes” global instabilities, forcing consolidation along North-South lines.

State-on-State War in the Post–Cold War Era: How America’s New Rules Come Back to Haunt Us

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

America’s exploitation of globalization’s unipolar period saw us promulgate controversial new rules on policing smaller powers, leading great powers to emulate our unilateralism.

Poleward Bound (I Wish I Were . . .): Climate Change Puts Every Species on the Move

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

Climate change renders Earth’s lower latitudes increasingly unsuitable for nation-states as we have known them. The North addresses this harsh reality or faces something far worse.

The World at War: Our Successful Downsizing of Conflict Over the Years

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

We are a world overwhelmingly at peace—more so on a per capita basis than at any other time in history. That allows us to focus on looming security challenges posed by climate change.

When Wide Beat Tall: Why Humans See an East-West World

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

Across history, geography and environment determined which continents ruled and which were ruled. With climate change cresting, they do so again along an entirely different vector.

Globalization’s Throughlines: Restoring US Global Leadership in a Turbulent Era

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

The Eye-of-the-Storm Fallacy: Americans’ Poor Understanding of Globalization

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

US consumption has long shaped global consumption. That economic self-centeredness makes it hard for Americans to understand globalization’s liberating and disorienting impact.

Go North, Young Man!: The Geopolitical Upside of Climate Change

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

What the South loses in usable land, the North gains. With a handful of Northern powers in charge of the Arctic, expect mergers and acquisitions among powers looking to scale up.

Climate Changes Everything: A Horizontal World Made Vertical

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

Beginning in 1950, globalization sent every measure of human activity skyrocketing, in turn greatly accelerating climate change. Now, climate change remaps globalization in reply.

An Americas-First Grand Strategy: Crowdsourcing the Right Story, Choosing the Right Paths

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

Global trends support North-South integration in our hemisphere. To succeed, America must dictate less and listen more. The right story is out there, awaiting our joint articulation.

Cold Wars as Comfort Food: The Pentagon’s Need for a Near-Peer Competitor

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

During the Cold War, the Pentagon had a peer enemy against which to plan—the Soviet Union. Since then, it has struggled over how best to build, organize, and employ its force.

Middle Earth Is Doomed!: North Integrates South or Faces Its Disintegration!

Illustrated by Jim Nuttle with Sara Nuttle.

Climate change renders Earth’s lower latitudes increasingly unsuitable for nation-states as we have known them. The North addresses this harsh reality or faces something far worse.