presciently outlined in Reflections on a Ravaged Century
the emergence of a new core of security arrangements that bloggers today would call " The Anglosphere ". If you add to the grouping of the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada and New Zealand the nations of India, Israel, Japan and the states of " New Europe " plus those of the " Old " like Spain and Italy who do not care to submit to a Franco-German condominium in the EU and you get a viable coalition of " robust democracies " - i.e. those willing to defend themselves against dangerous and irrational regimes. This is not only a possibility or a strategy of the allegedly sinister neocons in the Bush administration but a swiftly emerging reality. You can probably add to the list down the road Taiwan, Turkey, South Korea and the Philippines depending on how these nations security and regional objectives shake out over the next five years.