Chapters

The Day After: Navigating a Post-Pandemic World

Navigating the post-pandemic international landscape will pose an enormous challenge for decisionmakers in boardrooms and situation rooms alike. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has convened its global network of more than 150 scholars from twenty countries and six global centers to produce “The Day After: Navigating a Post-Pandemic World”—a digital magazine that provides grounded, fresh analysis and new approaches to some of the most consequential challenges unfolding before us.

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A New U.S. Foreign Policy for the Post-Pandemic Landscape

William J. Burns

As the global order crumbles, the United States must reinvent its role in the world.

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Asia’s Future Beyond U.S.-China Competition

Evan A. Feigenbaum

Beijing and Washington are competing to set Asia’s rules, norms, and standards. But other countries in the region are increasingly choosing to shape its future themselves.

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A U.S. Foreign Policy for the Middle Class

Rozlyn C. Engel

The United States must secure the benefits of a globalized economy while protecting itself from systemic shocks and supporting the economic renewal of middle-class communities.

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Reckoning With a Resurgent Russia

Andrew S. Weiss and Eugene Rumer

The greatest obstacle to countering Russia’s hard-edged foreign policy has been the West’s incoherent response.

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India’s Path to the Big Leagues

Ashley J. Tellis

India can play a larger role on the world stage, but it must first restore its economic momentum and liberal credentials.

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A Coming Decade of Arab Decisions

Marwan Muasher and Maha Yahya

As the old order in the Arab world collapses, the region needs governance that can resolve its crises and harness its potential.

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Europe’s Global Test

Rosa Balfour

The coronavirus pandemic could give birth to a more autonomous and strategic EU. But the bloc must resolve its internal tensions and find its place in an increasingly fragmented world.

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Reinventing Nuclear Arms Control

George Perkovich

Amid new players and lapsed treaties, nuclear arms control has lost its way. It should refocus on one priority: ensuring against catastrophic escalation.

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Securing Cyberspace

Michael Nelson and George Perkovich

Security threats and disinformation have made mayhem of life online. It will take experimental cooperation among governments, platforms, and civil society to improve safety without hampering innovation.

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