Great Power Competition
Today, the United States and China, often with Russia at its side, are competing to shape security architectures, as well as norms and practices worldwide, including trade and investment regimes and the development and regulation of new technological infrastructures. These frictions will play out over decades, not only in Beijing, Washington, and Moscow, but in Africa and Europe, the Arctic, outer space, and cyberspace.
Distinguished Fellow, Kennan Institute
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U.S.-Russia relations are in a deep and likely enduring crisis, the worst since the depths of the Cold War.
Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States
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Regardless of daily headlines, the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States bases its work in the interests of both nations and in their shared and independent histories.
Vice President of Programs and Director of Studies; Senior Advisor to the Asia Program; Senior Fellow in the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States
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The 21st century will be defined by what happens in Asia. It is the source of incredible economic growth and tremendous upward potential, but is also riven with uncertainty, tension, and competition.
William E. Pomeranz
Director, Kennan Institute