“Russia is a problem to be managed pragmatically and with coolheaded realism…Prudence and moderation, not hyperbole, will yield tangible results.”
Nine Pardee School Faculty and one undergraduate student will present during the International Studies Associations annual convention, whose theme is “Globalization, Regionalism and Nationalism: Contending Forces in World Politics.”
“The world doesn’t need a second Cold War to get countries to be very much in one camp or another.”
The two-year project will be the first effort in several decades to rigorously assess the international consequences of political fragmentation in nuclear actors
In his lecture, Shifrinson focused on the Biden administration’s efforts to reassert U.S. leadership in international affairs and the difficulties of doing so.
RPI will conduct interdisciplinary and policy-relevant research on five emerging powers with increasing global impact.
Professor Shifrinson discusses current U.S.-China tensions and how their relations can be viewed in the context of great power competition.
Briah Bass (Pardee BA ’21) has been selected for perhaps the most prestigious early-career fellowship for aspiring diplomats.
“American strategists in the years ahead must be prepared to revisit the fundamentals of the U.S. presence in Europe and devolve authority to local actors.”
“Neo-primacy… risks transforming the United States into a major challenger to the status quo if not a revisionist power in its own right.”
Biden talks about “friends and allies” as if they’re the same thing. They aren’t.
Professor Shifrinson and T.V. Paul review each other’s research on historical and future global power shifts.
Prof. Shifrinson discusses U.S.’s historically mixed relationship with NATO and what the future may hold.
Prof Shifrinson argues that trying to create and implement a Cold War mindset with regards to China is misguided and untethered from strategic reality.
Professor Shifrinson explores how rising great powers manage and respond to declining peers.
In discussing John Bolton and the accounts in his new memoir, Professor Joshua Shifrinson argues U.S. foreign policy would be worse off if Bolton had his way more in the White House.
Professor Joshua Shifrinson writes on the legacy of NATO enlargement in a newly released edition of International Politics.
A special online edition of the Beyond the Headlines (BtH) series explores various global issues that have persisted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and will probably survive it.
The Pardee School Research Seminar Series will continue online for the rest of the semester. The latest research seminar, held online, featured Prof. Joshua Shifrinson.
Joshua Shifrinson talks to Weekendavisen on COVID-19’s impact on US-Chinese relations.