Hanbyeol Sohn

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South Korean honor guards participate in a welcome ceremony before the defense ministerial meeting of the United Nations Command member nations at the Defense Ministry in Seoul on Nov. 14. Song Kyung-Seok/Pool/AFP via Getty Images

There’s growing skepticism among the American public about U.S. commitments abroad, matched with growing doubt among allies and partners—monitoring political currents in the United States—about the credibility of those commitments. Even for those who still retain faith in Washington, concern is rising about U.S. capacity to meet its commitments, considering increased demands on U.S. attention and resources amid ongoing wars in Ukraine and the Middle East. Observers question if the United States can properly meet what it calls its pacing challenge—China—in the Indo-Pacific or beyond.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and other U.S. officials have argued that the United States can walk and chew gum at the same time, mainly because of its unparalleled network of allies and partners.…  Seguir leyendo »