Author | Editor: Bragg, B. (NSI, Inc.); Popp, G. (NSI, Inc.)
Subject Matter Expert Contributors
Dr. Paul J. Bolt (US Air Force Academy), Dr. David T. Burbach (US Naval War College), Dean Cheng (Heritage Foundation), Dr. John Delury (Yonsei University), David C. Gompert (US Naval Academy), Dr. Edward N. Luttwak (CSIS), Anthony Rinna (Sino-NK), Yun Sun (Stimson Center), Dr. Steve Tsang (University of London), Nicolas Véron (Bruegel and Peterson Institute for International Economics), Ali Wyne (RAND Corporation), Lieutenant Colonel Maciej Zaborowski (US Central Command)
Question of Focus
[Q9] Are there any commonly valued objectives that may enable an alliance between China and Russia against US interests, or among all three nations allowing a reduction of tensions?
This summary overview reflects on the insightful responses of eleven Future of Global Competition and Conflict Virtual Think Tank (ViTTa) expert contributors. While this summary presents an overview of the key expert contributor insights, the summary alone cannot fully convey the fine detail of the expert contributor responses provided, each of which is worth reading in its entirety. For this report, the expert contributors consider whether there are any commonly valued objectives that may enable an alliance between China and Russia against the US, or among all three nations allowing a reduction of tensions.
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