The war in Ukraine is increasing Beijing’s concern about Washington’s intentions.
A new cold war promises clarity of purpose. In reality, it would impose enormous costs and generate unnecessary risks. It would not, moreover, make other priorities go away; it would more likely exacerbate the United States’ domestic travails and stifle urgent international cooperation.
Paul Haenle will moderate a discussion with Chinese, European, and Singaporean scholars on the key issues in China-EU relations and the geopolitical implications.
Putin’s changing correlation of forces in Europe means NATO needs options to adapt, too.
Very different Western reactions to the suffering in Ukraine and the Arab world show that there is a profound rift among cultures.
So far during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Turkey has positioned itself in a manner mostly convergent with its Western Allies. However, Ankara’s exposure to Russia on multiple fronts present it with difficult choices. Join Carnegie for a conversation on the implications of Russia's war in Ukraine.
The only major takeaway is the United States’ diminishing role in the region.
The quad language in the U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy document is completely free of any security related jargons. There is nothing in there about security at all, so clearly there's still some fundamental ideas that have to be resolved
Aaron sits down with Marie Yovanovitch to talk about her new memoir, diplomacy, and the ongoing war in Ukraine
Today, however, the world is watching what may be the defining security crisis of a generation unfold, one that risks catastrophic nuclear escalation.