Elaine McCusker | AEIdeas
Hal Brands, Peter D. Feaver, and William Inboden | April 2023
Although American politics today are defined by sharp, bitter disagreement, a bipartisan US grand strategy for great-power competition has emerged.
This report makes explicit 17 critical assumptions underpinning US grand strategy today and subjects them to an intellectual stress test. In other words, it asks whether they can bear the weight of world affairs.
Prevailing in great-power rivalry is likely to be more difficult, expensive, dangerous, and all-consuming than US policymakers have so far been willing to admit—or than the American public presently understands.
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Dan Blumenthal and Randall Schriver | National Interest
America needs a comprehensive strategy that organizes and coordinates America’s considerable policy tools to achieve victory—especially in the economic arena.
Desmond Lachman | 19fortyfive.com
We must hope it is not beyond the Fed’s grasp to anticipate that there will be many other casualties of its newfound monetary policy religion, as high interest rates and a weaker economy increase the incidence of loan defaults.
Michael Mazza and Shay Khatiri | New York Post