The Marshall Papers
The Papers will be rigorous yet provocative, continually pushing the boundaries of intellectual and policy debates
The Marshall Papers is a new essay series edited by Jude Blanchette of CSIS and Hal Brands of SAIS that will probe and challenge the assessments underpinning the U.S. approach to great power rivalry.
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A World of Blocs
Brief by Aaron L. Friedberg — April 6, 2023
A Green Wave?
Brief by Jessica Drun — November 22, 2022
U.S.–China Relations in the Tank: A Handbook for an Era of Persistent Confrontation
Brief by Michael J. Mazarr — November 18, 2022
Renewing the American Regime: U.S.–China Competition beyond Ukraine
Congressional Testimony by Ashley J. Tellis — September 12, 2022
Best and Bosom Friends: Why China-Russia Ties Will Deepen after Russia’s War on Ukraine
Brief by Andrea Kendall-Taylor and David O. Shullman — June 22, 2022
Sanctions, SWIFT, and China’s Cross-Border Interbank Payments System
Brief by Barry Eichengreen — May 20, 2022