The competitive and often antagonistic relationships among China, India, and Pakistan have roots that predate their possession of nuclear weaponry. Yet the significant transformation of the nuclear capabilities that is now underway in all three countries simultaneously complicates and mitigates their geopolitical rivalries.
A China expert sees hardening positions and growing capabilities as destabilizing forces in the Washington-Beijing relationship.
As the Russian and Ukrainian militaries fight in Europe, what lessons are Chinese strategists, tacticians, and planners drawing for China’s future? Join us for a moderated conversation among three of the most trenchant observers of the Chinese armed forces.
Join Carnegie for a conversation featuring Sue Biniaz and Tino Cuéllar on the state of play for climate change and what steps communities, nations, and institutions can take to preserve our shared future.
Despite ambivalence about Chinese intentions in Indonesia’s political and defense establishment, Chinese telecoms firms have successfully used strategies of localization to position themselves as trusted cybersecurity providers to the country.
Former director of national intelligence James Clapper joins Aaron David Miller about Russia-Ukraine, the Middle East, and the role intelligence plays in U.S. foreign policymaking.
Pushing China and India to join the embargo would result in chaos in global energy markets.
Elbridge A. Colby’s book, The Strategy of Denial, interrogates the most important strategic problem facing Washington today: how should the United States prepare to meet China’s challenge?
Decarbonization is key to delivering the energy transition, but it requires a massive increase in the mining and extraction of minerals like lithium, graphite, and cobalt. The countries that control these resources may be able to shape geopolitical power dynamics to their own advantage.
It also speaks to Beijing’s concerns that extend beyond the Russia-Ukraine war.