Research Group: Managing Strategic Competition
The downturn in U.S.-China relations since 2016 has raised the specter of a new cold war. The initiative has sponsored three workshops with leading U.S. and Chinese scholars to address the peace and security implications of the new constellation.
This work, led by Initiative Managing Director Dennis Wilder and Senior Fellow Evan Medeiros, has converged around the theme of “Managing Strategic Competition.” In April 2019 they and co-convener Wang Jisi of Beijing University brought together leading scholars in Washington, DC, to develop a shared research agenda and joint book project on the topic.
School of Foreign Service; Department of Government
School of Foreign Service
Renmin University of China
Walsh School of Foreign Service
Cling Family Distinguished Fellow in U.S.-China Studies
Georgetown University invited three of China’s most renowned “U.S. watchers” to engage in a public dialogue on the trajectory of U.S.-China ties and explored the course of the bilateral relationship at this critical juncture where global competition is rising between the world's two largest…
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This article was featured in The Washington Quarterly, a magazine with a special focus on international affairs that covers topics including global security, diplomatic relations, and policy implications. Evan Medeiros is a convener of the U.S.-China Research Group on Managing Strategic Competition…