The main question to be addressed is as follows: “Why does the historically prominent United States military need to reshape its strategic aims and transform into a politically interdependent unit to remain a powerful leader in the 21st century?” As this is a why question, the previously mentioned method of utilising historical evidence is apropos to formulate societal patterns relevant to the international system’s empirical future in this political-military purview. The aftermath of America’s innovative choice to pursue globalisation post-Cold War era may be difficult to factually identify as the effect is still in its infancy. To gain a greater understanding on the concern and relevance, supplementary how questions employ theoretical answers and analysis to conceive cognisance. How can one perceive the United States military as a political institution for national and international security? Similarly, how can one perceive the United States military as a political institution for international peace-building? Conclusively, how can reformed American military involvement as politically interdependent unit help maintain world balance and her global leadership? And vice versa – why does the rest of the world need U.S. political-military interdependency? These sub-questions will essentially craft a cohesive viewpoint to tackle the individual components of the main question’s compounded theory and to consolidate those respective constituents into an integral recognition. Moreover, contrasting with what or what if questions, though highly unsubstantiated, could efficiently contribute to the theoretical appeal: Literally, what can the United States do more for this particular situation? Comparatively, what if the world powers fell into an equilibrium of non-polarity?