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Perhaps the 'moderate' centre in Iran was never powerful enough to hold. Certainly the Administration did underestimate the force of Islamic militancy. Yet the 1978 uprisings were not entirely of a fundamentalist orientation. 19 As it was, disinclination to 'think the unthinkable' led steadily to polarisation in Iran, to anti-American extremism, and to the collapse of the very security structure which US support for the Shah had been designed to guarantee. Carter in Crisis 37 (b) Nicaragua Events in Iran demonstrated the difficulty faced by Washington in escaping past commitments.
Of this, 12 billion derived from the Japanese trade surplus. By 1981, Japan had gained control of 23 per cent of the American car market. Carter's attempt to extract trade concessions, channelled through special envoy Robert Strauss, were energetic but unproductive. Interlinked with these economic concerns was another Trilateralist priority : to move Japan away from constitutional inhibitions on rearming and towards assumption of the role of guarantor of regional security . Increasing Japanese defence spending would not only aid the cause of burden-sharing in Asia, but would - in Richard Thornton's words - 'curb Japan's economic resurgence by channeling Japan's enormous and growing financial reserves into consumption and away from capital construction' i'" Enhancement of the Japanese security role was an important American goal and the key features of Carter's Asian policies the undertaking (subsequently abandoned) to withdraw from South Korea, rapprochement with China, encouragement of the Association of South East Asian Nations - can only be understood in terms of their intended impact on Tokyo.
34 For Brzezinski, the USSR was a malign force, but opportunistic and actually incapable of global domination. A major NSC staff study, 35 completed in Carter's first year, concluded that the Soviet Union was economically vulnerable. Zbig argued that the US should avoid 'excessive preoccupation with Soviet relations'. t" The USSR leadership was both malevolent and mature. Henry Kissinger's policies, of course, had also been based on a recognition of the maturity of the Soviet system. His central doctrine, ' linkage ' , had come under severe pressure in the Ford period, and Carter's team tried to distance themselves from it.
American Foreign Policy: Carter to Clinton by John Dumbrell