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“Today, the world’s most powerful nations (including, to an ever-increasing extent, China) - and, just as important, the vast majority of the people who live within these nations-are largely committed to a common set of international rules governing trade, economic policy, and the legal and diplomatic resolution of disputes, even if broader notions of liberty and democracy aren’t widely observed within their own borders.”
“While Coyote felt immense sympathy for the sailors working belowdecks and in the hangar bay, there was no way he was transiting with the hangar bay doors open, no matter what the international rules of the sea said.”
“Since the outset of the Cold War, our ability to deter nation-to-nation aggression has to a large extent underwritten security for every country that commits itself to international rules and norms.”
“Their much vaunted New World Order, which stressed the importance of upholding international rules for maintaining global order, was decidedly old-schoolfocusing on states, and relations among them.”
“But once hostilities commenced, under international rules of war, a warship could coal and provision only once every three months in any given neutral country; admiralties and captains on both sides preferred to reserve this privilege for emergencies.”
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