The US has an entrenched industrial military complex that thrives on selling and exporting guns, weapons and war, writes Chandran Nair. Photo: AFP
The US has an entrenched industrial military complex that thrives on selling and exporting guns, weapons and war, writes Chandran Nair. Photo: AFP
Chandran Nair
Opinion

Opinion

Chandran Nair

American aggression needs to be reined in for the good of Asia and the world

  • Decades of exceptionalism, ideological obsessions and a deep-rooted sense of superiority is catching up with the United States
  • The world needs to appreciate the rapid shifts in the global order arising from the US’ toxic domestic situation, and how its political elite distracts people from its decline with an aggressive foreign policy anchored in outdated doctrines

The US has an entrenched industrial military complex that thrives on selling and exporting guns, weapons and war, writes Chandran Nair. Photo: AFP
The US has an entrenched industrial military complex that thrives on selling and exporting guns, weapons and war, writes Chandran Nair. Photo: AFP
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