The New American Century Has Ended
Apparently for financial reasons, the new American century has prematurely ended.
In a symbolic act, the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), run by Bill Kristol and other neocons, has lost its internet presence.
When accessing www.newamericancentury.org one now gets redirected to the webhosters 'account suspended' page.
Please contact the billing/support department as soon as possible.
The website was hosted by btnaccess.com which is a subsidary of Hong Kong based PCCW Global.
PNAC is unable to pay for the new American century and the Chinese, after checking America's sinking FICO scores, are obviously not willing to finance it with further credit lines.
Signs of the times ...
PNAC No More?
The website of the Bill Kristol's Project for the New American Century (www.newamericancentury.org) has vanished. If you go to the site, you are diverted to another one that says, "This Account Has Been Suspended. Please contact the billing/support department as soon as possible." A metaphor, perhaps, for the bankruptcy of the ideas that inspired the project and the strategic disaster that they produced for U.S. interests in Iraq, the greater Middle East, and the wider world?
You can still find most of PNAC's documents — including its letters and their signatories — through www.archive.org, but it seems that the original site is gone for lack of payment. While the site became effectively dormant in 2005, its sudden disappearance is somewhat alarming. What does it say about the new American Century itself, particularly in light of the slew of recent books on the decline of American power and the end of unipolarity? A coincidence or an augury?