RAND Arroyo Middle, a part of the RAND Military Analysis Division, will host a webinar on December 13 to debate stabilizing great-power rivalries amid rising indicators of instability and intense competitors between america and its opponents China and Russia.
Researchers from RAND and Stanford College’s Freeman Spogli Institute for Worldwide Research will talk about findings from the brand new RAND report Stabilizing Nice-Energy Rivalries and supply a highway map towards less-volatile rivalries.
The report finds that whereas each rivalries are trending towards destabilization, a number of stabilizing components stay—notably the mutual possession of deterring navy energy and a shared want to keep away from the doubtless devastating penalties of battle. Maintaining these relationships steady might be an vital precedence of U.S. nationwide safety coverage.
- Samuel Charap is a senior political scientist at RAND specializing in U.S.-Russia relations, arms management, and the international insurance policies of Russia and the previous Soviet states.
- Rose Gottemoeller is the Steven C. Házy Lecturer at Stanford College’s Freeman Spogli Institute for Worldwide Research and its Middle for Worldwide Safety and Cooperation. Beforehand she served because the deputy secretary normal of NATO and the underneath secretary for arms management and worldwide safety on the U.S. Division of State. Her experience contains nuclear safety, Russian relations, the NATO alliance, EU cooperation, and nonproliferation.
- Timothy R. Heath is a senior worldwide protection researcher at RAND and an skilled in Asian regional safety and the Chinese language nationwide technique, politics, ideology, and navy.
- Michael Mazarr is a senior political scientist at RAND with experience in U.S. protection coverage and power construction, disinformation and knowledge manipulation, East Asian safety, nuclear weapons and deterrence, and judgment and decisionmaking underneath uncertainty.
Monday, December 13, 2021
11:30am–12:30 pm PT / 2:30–3:30 pm ET
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