The U.S.–China Rivalry in a New Medieval Age
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by RAND Corporation
2w ago
Trends like weakening governments and fragmenting societies suggest that the era of industrial superpowers is over and we've entered a new medieval age. The U.S.-China rivalry may have more in common with the fitful conflicts of the 14th century than with the cataclysmic world wars of the 20th ..read more
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U.S. Military Theories of Victory for a War with the People's Republic of China
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by Jacob L. Heim; Zachary Burdette; Nathan Beauchamp-Mustafaga
1M ago
The authors of this paper consider how the United States can prevail in a limited war with the People’s Republic of China while managing escalation ..read more
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China’s Global Energy Interconnection
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by Fiona Quimbre; Ismael Arciniegas Rueda; Henri van Soest; Jon Schmid; Howard J. Shatz; Timothy R. Heath; Michal Meidan; Andrea Wullner; Paul Deane; James Glynn; Liam Regan
4M ago
The authors of this report demystify the potential global security implications associated with the Global Energy Interconnection—China’s important but poorly understood initiative to establish a global power grid ..read more
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Disrupting the Chinese Military in Competition and Low-Intensity Conflict
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by Timothy R. Heath; Eric Robinson; Christian Curriden; Derek Grossman; Sale Lilly; Daniel Egel; Gabrielle Tarini
4M ago
The authors (1) identify tasks that the Chinese military would likely be assigned in peacetime competition with the United States and in a hypothetical low-intensity conflict and (2) analyze potential vulnerabilities in execution of those tasks ..read more
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Enhancing Security in a Changing Arctic
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by Abbie Tingstad
4M ago
Testimony submitted to the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security on November 29, 2023 ..read more
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U.S.-Japan Alliance Conference
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by Jeffrey W. Hornung
4M ago
These proceedings present insights that experts of Europe, Japan, Taiwan, and U.S. security policies presented at RAND Corporation–hosted virtual conferences that explored relevant issues on the U.S.-Japan alliance regarding strategic competition ..read more
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Planning for an Uncertain Future
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by Karen M. Sudkamp; Jeffrey Martini; Emily Allendorf; Mohammad Ahmadi; Carlos Calvo Hernandez; Nathan Chandler; Flannery Dolan; Derek Grossman; Ryan Haberman; Maggie Habib; Kotryna Jukneviciute; Matthew Kubasak; Michelle E. Miro; Erik E. Mueller; Alexander Noyes; Karishma V. Patel; Benjamin J. Sacks; Howard J. Shatz; Alexandra Stark; Zohan Hasan Tariq; Mark Toukan; Stephen Watts; Elisa Yoshiara
4M ago
As climate change increasingly disrupts human and natural systems, this report presents analysis and characterizes how climate hazards could affect the physical and security environment in the U.S. Central Command's area of responsibility ..read more
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Mischief, Malevolence, or Indifference?
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by Howard J. Shatz; Karen M. Sudkamp; Jeffrey Martini; Mohammad Ahmadi; Derek Grossman; Kotryna Jukneviciute
4M ago
This report presents an analysis of how U.S. competitors and adversaries — China, Russia, and Iran — could attempt to exploit climate-related conflict in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility in future decades ..read more
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Assessing the Russia-Iran Partnership
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by RAND Corporation
4M ago
Since February 2022, Russia and Iran have increased their defense and economic cooperation and explored options that could transform the relationship into a broad-based strategic partnership. A new RAND paper describes the factors that drive (and constrain) Russian-Iranian cooperation and examines how the relationship might evolve ..read more
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How Could the United States Gain Greater Access to Asia During a Conflict?
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by Bryan Frederick; Kristen Gunness; Gabrielle Tarini; Andrew Stravers; Michael J. Mazarr; Emily Ellinger; Jonah Blank; Shawn Cochran; Jeffrey W. Hornung; Lyle J. Morris; Jordan Ernstsen; Lydia Grek; Howard Wang; Lev Navarre Chao
4M ago
Ensuring access to the territories of Indo-Pacific allies and partners in the event of a future conflict with China is a critical concern. How are Japan, the Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, and India likely to make access decisions? And can the United States influence their decisions ..read more
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