In the post-war years, the United States provided an extraordinary degree and quality of international leadership. It is critically important to revive that role. There is an urgent need for international leadership in many areas which have a direct bearing on the future of our planet. There is also, I believe, a new majority forming in the world of moderate, pragmatic states, but they await an inspiring leadership.
Thomas, Franklin W.
"U.S. Foreign Policy And Multilateralism,"
New Directions: Vol. 15:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://dh.howard.edu/newdirections/vol15/iss2/4