Jessica Stanton, University of Pennsylvania
Taking this opportunity at the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the China Energy Fund Committee has organized “Sino-US Colloquium (VIII): Beyond the Current Distrust”, to explore and di
As China modernizes its strategic nuclear force and the U.S.-China relationship evolves, the United States faces a series of essentially new questions about its nuclear strategy.
The Use of Force in the National Interest: Assessing the Gap in Public and Military Expectations Over the Role of the Military
Janine Davidson, Council on Foreign Relations
Idean Salehyan, University of North Texas
Dan Reiter, Emory University
Jonathan Schroden, CNA Corporation
- How can effective and legitimate governance be sustained in areas of limited statehood?
- What problems emerge under such conditions?
- Which consequences may arise from non-state governance for national and international politics?