Miller Center

Comparative Strategy in the Emerging World Order

April 3, 2014 - April 4, 2014

In the literature on international politics, much has been written about the grand strategy of great powers. But in the interdependent world in which we now live, analysts of international politics want to learn more about the making of national strategy in certain key states that have recently emerged as central players in the contemporary world order.

The 2014 WILLIAM AND CAROL STEVENSON CONFERENCE will convene scholars and practitioners from Brazil, China, Germany, India, Israel, Russia, Turkey, and the United States to address the major strategic ambitions of each country, as well as the key players, priorities, tradeoffs, and other factors which shape them.

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