The year is 2028. The multipolar world has arrived. The Western-led multilateral order has given way to different centers of power and influence, notably the United States, India, Brazil, a more autonomous European Union, and an ever-closer axis of autocracy between Russia and China
Tagged: grand strategy
Why Putin will not be able to repeat Gorbachev’s deal with the West
For Russian foreign policy strategists, the economy is neither so important, nor comprehensible
What is the advantage of Putin’s policy?
Moscow’s foreign policy experts are saying the Kremlin’s foreign policy must change—but it’s too little, too late