Heine Keynote Explores BRICS and the Reimagining of Global Governance
Ambassador Heine elaborates on the rise of the BRICS group over the course of the past decade and a half, the various stages it has gone through, the significance of the Shanghai-based New Development Bank, and the potential addition of new members, like Argentina and/or Indonesia.
Shifrinson Discusses U.S. “Neo‐Primacy” Strategy on Cato Podcast
Professor Shifrinson weighs in on a new critique of the restraint school in U.S. foreign policy debates and explains why the strategy proposed by some liberal internationalists to confront a rising China – a strategy he terms “neo‐primacy” – is bound to fail.
“Asia Policy” Publishes Review Roundtable of Miller’s Latest Book
A panel of scholars discuss why some rising powers become great powers while others do not, factors driving the rise of these states, and other concepts explored in Professor Miller’s latest book.
Pardee Center Hosts Event on Demographic Trends of Rising Powers
What will be the political and international security implications of demographic and population changes in rising/superpowers over the next several decades?
Pardee Center Hosts Webinar on Rising Global Powers
Experts explored how Germany, Brazil, and India have been expanding their global influence in the shadow of the U.S. and China.