Prompt: Why did the military become so prominent in the conduct and execution of America’s foreign policy in the post-Cold War world? Provide examples from the book. If the military has become too central, what has it displaced whether intentionally or unintentionally? What are the significant risks from the diminishing role of the other instruments of power in shaping America’s foreign policy? Is America actually more at risk because of that diminishing role for those other instruments? Why or why not?