Renewing the American Regime: U.S.–China Competition beyond Ukraine

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Edited by Jude Blanchette of CSIS and Hal Brands of SAIS, the Marshall Papers is a series of essays that probes and challenges the assessments underpinning the U.S. approach to great power rivalry. Inspired by the work and legacy of Andrew Marshall, the founding director of the Office of Net Assessment, the Papers will be rigorous yet provocative, continually pushing the boundaries of intellectual and policy debates. In this Marshall Paper, Ashley Tellis looks at the broad sweep of America’s grand strategy in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and argues that policymakers must remain committed to preserving U.S. hegemony in order to “shape evolving trends to its advantage.”

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Ashley J. Tellis

Senior Fellow and Tata Chair for Strategic Affairs, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace