Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd discussed the foreign policy objectives of the United States and China and how these superpowers can prevent competition from sparking a conflict.
An expert panel assessed how the United States can work with allies in the Indo-Pacific to realize the Biden Administration’s vision in the region.
As China and the United States enter an era of competition, an expert panel assessed the future of US policy toward Taiwan and its subsequent effect on US-China relations.
This workshop, part of the Great Powers and Urbanization Project, examines how Belt and Road cities are likely to shape patterns of globalization in the 21st century.
Following the Biden administration's North Korea policy review, former officials who previously engaged Pyongyang share lessons from the past and offer insights on a possible new approach.
A panel of experts from the United States, Japan, and South Korea discuss a coordinated trilateral response to China’s growing power in the Asia-Pacific region.
A panel of US and Australian experts considers what America's weakening alliances and the unraveling of the nuclear non-proliferation regime could mean for the Indo-Pacific region.
After COVID-19 forced Japan to delay the 2020 Olympics, a panel of experts explores the potential impact of the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games compared to Japan’s first time hosting in 1964 and the Sapporo 1972 and Nagano 1998 Winter Olympics.
Carnegie Moscow Center hosts a discussion on nuclear proliferation between the Council's Ivo Daalder and the Carnegie Moscow Center's Dmitri Trenin.
At this Atlantic Council-hosted event, a panel examines a new Council report on how the United States can prevent nuclear proliferation and strengthen nuclear security guarantees.