Strategic studies

Sea Power Makes Great Powers

History reveals a country’s rise and decline are directly related to the heft of its navy. So why is the…

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Is Defending Taiwan Worth the Risk?

Hey, Matt! Fall is finally here in D.C.: The leaves are falling, the temperature is pleasant, traffic is reliably terrible,…

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The Popularity of Duginism: Duginism as Dream Come True

The creation of the movement and then the party was a true culmination of Dugin’s not just political, but intellectual…

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The View From Iran: What the Raisi Administration Wants in the Nuclear Talks

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not be the Ministry of JCPOA during my term in office,” Iranian Foreign Minister…

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Putin’s Big Plans for Russia’s Far East Aren’t Panning Out

In early September, Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, a port city on the Pacific…

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Is Europe’s Energy Crisis a Preview of America’s?

An energy crisis is affecting almost every part of the globe, marked by record-high energy prices, tight supplies, and power…

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Correspondence: Is China a Cautious Bully?

Ketian Zhang's article is an important contribution to the literature on Chinese foreign policy and coercive diplomacy.

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Putin, Putinism, and the Domestic Determinants of Russian Foreign Policy

Why did Russia's relations with the West shift from cooperation a few decades ago to a new era of confrontation…

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Beijing Is Running Out of Time to Remake the World

The prevailing consensus, in Washington and overseas, is that China is surging past the United States. “If we don’t get…

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