Defence Secretary Hagel
So if that is the given — and it is — then why can’t we get along? Well, I know that’s pretty simple. I get that. But I like to ask simple questions, because we tend to kind of glide over simple things, and we tend to more than occasionally make things more complicated than they need to be.
This is a defining time in the world. This is a defining time right now. This region of the world is going to have an awful lot to say about how this next world order is built out. And we’ve not seen a time like this in the world since really right after World War II, that 10-year period after World War II, when, in fact, the world was built out.
The difference is, the United States held most of the cards after World War II. We don’t hold all the cards this time. And, by the way, that’s good. It allows other countries to share responsibilities.
It allows other countries to prosper. And only then do we — when we accept that premise — and we all accept that — will the world prosper. And I think we’re right on the edge of that. So your role in this is pretty important.
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