The Aspen Strategy Group recently released The Struggle for Power: U.S.-China Relations in the 21st Century bringing together preeminent experts to explore how to compete effectively with the military and technological rise of China and how to engage U.S. allies amidst this great-power rivalry.
Authors include: Graham Allison, Robert D. Blackwill, Nicholas Burns, Kurt Campbell, Elizabeth Economy, Joseph P. Federici, Kathleen H. Hicks, Anja Manuel, Shivshankar Menon, Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Michael Pillsbury, Mira Rapp-Hooper, Ely Ratner, Condoleezza Rice, David E. Sanger, David Shambaugh, Pavneet Singh, and James B. Steinberg.
Table of Contents
Joseph S. Nye, Jr. and Condoleezza Rice
Ernest May Lecture
U.S.-China Relations at a Crossroad: Can History Guide the Path Forward?
James B. Steinberg
The Trump Administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy
Toward a New China Debate: The Strategic Logic of Blunting China’s Illiberal Order
The Case for Allies: Coordinating a Response to China
How Asia Navigates the U.S.-China Rivalry
The U.S.-China Strategic Competition: Clues from History
Campaigning through China’s Gray Zone Tactics
Kathleen H. Hicks and Joseph P. Federici
From Primacy to Openness: U.S. Strategic Objectives in Asia
Managing the Fifth Generation: America, China, and the Struggle for Technological Dominance
David E. Sanger
Compete, Contest, and Collaborate: How to Win the Technology Race with China
Anja Manuel and Pavneet Singh
The Rise of China
Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
Toward a “Smart Competition” Strategy for U.S. Policy
U.S. Grand Strategy Toward China: Seventeen Policy Prescriptions
Robert D. Blackwill