Testing the Value of the Postwar International Order

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Since 1945, the United States has pursued its interests through the creation and maintenance of international economic institutions, global organizations, bilateral and regional security organizations, and liberal political norms that collectively are often referred to as the international order. This report evaluates the order's value, assessing its role in promoting U.S. goals and interests, as well as shared global objectives.