Is Great-Power Competition a Strategy?

June 24, 2020 00:53:33
Is Great-Power Competition a Strategy?
Modern War Institute
Is Great-Power Competition a Strategy?
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Show Notes

This episode of the MWI Podcast features a discussion with Ali Wyne. He is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and a nonresident fellow at the Modern War Institute whose recent research has been focused on great-power competition. This has become a framing mechanism within which to think about and plan US interactions with other actors. But is it a strategy? Have we defined what it entails, practically and considering all instruments of national power? The discussion tackles these and several other questions.

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