A Polish perspective on the strategic choices facing America. Part 1

Any effective strategy (for a country in Poland’s position) requires an understanding of one’s own limitations, both related to the foundations of one’s own power and to the existing obligations of a superpower. Any strategy blindly supporting, for example, democracy and all democracies means a failure to respect and understand the limitations resulting from the fact that even the largest resources are still limited Any strategy blindly supporting, for example, democracy and all democracies means a failure to respect and understand the limitations resulting from the fact that even the largest resources are still limited.

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Author Jacek Bartosiak
CEO and Founder of Strategy&Future, author of bestselling books.
Date 06/05/2021
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