Joseph S Nye, Jr
Professor, Harvard University
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What really matters in the Sino-American competition?
Competition with China calls for carefully managed ‘decoupling’ of economic relations, writes Joseph N. Nye. One option, he argues, is for middle powers to lead a trade agreement for information and communication technology that would be open to countries meeting basic democratic standards.
America's new Great-Power strategy
The big global challenges of the 21st Century require a new American approach to power that emphasises cooperation, writes Joseph S. Nye. In the case of China, that means developing a new power paradigm that avoids demonising the country, while pursuing ‘cooperative rivalry’.
COVID-19 vaccines and the US national interest
Leading international political scholar and adviser to the US government Joseph Nye calls for a Marshall Plan-style program to ensure COVID vaccines reach the world's poor.
The logic of US-China competition
While elements of the US-China relationship, if mishandled, could prove to be dangerous, Professor Joseph S Nye, Jr argues a relationship based on "cooperative rivalry" could ultimately benefit both countries and allow for greater action on pressing issues such as climate change.