Joseph S Nye, Jr
Professor, Harvard University
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Not Destined for War
The United States can reduce the risk of either a cold war or a hot war with China by strong alliances, investment in itself, and preventing unnecessary provocations, but it must also avoid the trap of familiar and misleading historical analogies, writes Joseph S. Nye Jr.
India and the Global Balance of Power
Despite the fanfare of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Washington, India and the US seem fated not for marriage but for a long-term partnership – one that might last only as long as both countries remain preoccupied with China, writes Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
Is Globalization Over?
While the US-China rivalry may disrupt global economic arrangements, it certainly does not augur a sharp decline in human interdependence, writes Joseph S. Nye.
The Evolution of America’s China Strategy
While US President Joe Biden’s administration is right to question the basic assumptions that underlay America’s strategy of engagement with China, those who devised that strategy over two decades ago were also right in their own way. Then as now, even distant scenarios must be left open, writes Joseph S. Nye Jr.
America’s China challenge
Joseph S. Nye weighs the scenarios for US-China competition and how America should respond.