Neither is she pessimistic about the West. It has, she says, “the drive to innovate.” But Europe, she thinks, is invertebrate. After two generations without war, Europeans “have no idea what an enemy is.” And they think, she says, that leadership is an antiquated notion because they believe that caring governments can socialize everyone to behave well, thereby erasing personal accountability and responsibility. “I can’t even tell it without laughing,” she says, laughing softly. Clearly she is where she belongs, at last.