Dancing in the Dark

Dancing in the Dark

The West, China and Russia in the Western Balkans By Dr. Valbona Zeneli, Marshall Center professor  |  Photos by AFP/Getty Images In the new era…

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Conclusions: Reflections on great power competition in a time of COVID-19

Conclusions: Reflections on great power competition in a time of COVID-19

Dr. Graeme P. Herd, Marshall Center professor If great power competition is the defining paradigm of our current era, COVID-19 acts as its X-ray. The…

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China’s Influence in Central Asia

China’s Influence in Central Asia

Implications for the Euro-Atlantic World By Dr. Pál Dunay, Marshall Center professor The United States has set the themes for international security and also for much…

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NATO Needs a China Policy

NATO Needs a China Policy

Failing to act carries considerable security implications  By Lt. Col. Chad Cisewski, U.S. Air Force, Marshall Center senior fellow NATO today is properly focused on…

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Does Russia’s future Include China?

Does Russia’s future Include China?

The likely scenarios and their consequences By Dr. Drew Ninnis, Marshall Center alumni scholar “How much anger those European gentlemen have accumulated!” proclaims Andrei Danilovich…

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An Economic Realignment

An Economic Realignment

Belarus looks to China and the European Union By Nataliia Haluhan, chief specialist, National Institute for Strategic Studies, Kyiv, Ukraine|Photos by Reuters Because of its history,…

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China’s Economic Statecraft in Europe

China’s Economic Statecraft in Europe

Beijing invests in influence  By Frank Mouritz, Marshall Center research associate and Adéla Šelepová, Charles University graduate student China is an economic development success story. The annual growth…

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Insights from Central Europe

Insights from Central Europe

Adjusting to a New International Dynamic By Małgorzata Jankowska, counselor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland  |  Photos by AFP/Getty Images We are in a…

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Great Power Competition and Europe

Great Power Competition and Europe

State and network-centric perspectives By Dr. Graeme P. Herd, Marshall Center professor In the United States, there is cross-party bipartisan agreement that China is the…

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Proxy Power

Proxy Power

The challenge of Russia’s private military & security companies  By James K. Wither, Marshall Center professor  |  Photos by The Associated Press In the early…

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