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LARRY B.ROGERS is currently serving as a Department of the Army Civilian and served 21 years in the U.S.Army, retiring as an Officer in the Field Artillery in 1992. His current assignment is with the U.S.Army Training and Doctrine Command, International Army Program. His previous assignments included the Deputy Director of Training for Eighth U.S. Army in the Republic of Korea where he was involved in Army-to-Army training affairs and U.S.Government to Korean Government negotiations concerning live training real estate and infrastructure. Mr. Rogers holds a Master of Arts in Communication from the University of Oklahoma and is a 2004 graduate of the U.S. Army War College.
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Authored by Mr. Larry B. Rogers.
The U.S. core interests and National Security Strategy are founded on Western cultural operatives that assume all nation-states will respond to its influences in a predictable manner. Today, we no longer have the preponderance of economic or military power in the region. Tolerance of what is deemed an abrasive U.S. presence is decreasing while anti-Americanism is growing.