The National Interest: "Can America Adapt to the Multipolar Age?"

Mar 6, 2022

In this National Interest feature, Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev analyzes U.S. defense and diplomacy in a multipolar age. How has the U.S. approach stagnated since the end of the Cold War? "We need to recapture that sense of agility and innovation—rather than attempt to recreate a past age," he writes.

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