Join us as three Carnegie scholars sit down with Aaron David Miller to share their views on how various Middle East, Russian and Indian actors might assess and react to the foreign policies of a new administration.
While Beijing may appreciate soon having a more predictable set of interlocutors it should not expect them to be more pliable.
China’s rise was made possible by its integration into a rules-based international system. Competitive pressures and sensitivities, however, strained relations with many of its key trading partners.
Europe and the United States have adopted new courses on China policy over the last four years. Yet actual results are still lagging behind China’s many actions and initiatives.
China’s success in recovering from the pandemic-induced recession faster than other major economies has not eliminated the uncertainties surrounding China’s growth outlook.
Critics can make a strong case that the United States has never been less respected or admired abroad than it is today. If Joe Biden wins in November, what will the world expect from American leadership?
Decades of policy failures have strained the U.S. middle class and now with the coronavirus pandemic, America is at an inflection point. Join Rozlyn Engel, Dan Price, and Jake Sullivan as they discuss how to build a foreign policy agenda that meets the needs of the middle class.
The UK’s economic relationship with the EU will change profoundly. Instead of open trade, Britain is heading for a hard Brexit that will have dire consequences for its economy and role as a trading nation.
When a diverse group of analysts studied the effects of U.S. foreign policy decisions on the middle class, they found a worrying picture. Here is how Washington can do a better job.
Much of the public discussion has been about how to strengthen links between the two markets and rely more on domestic drivers of growth.