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A Wake Up Call
Geoeconomic Strategy in the COVID Era

In the wake of coronavirus and debates over “decoupling,” the United States needs a new approach to national security: one based on geoeconomics, not geopolitics.

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How to Build a Nation
A Certain Idea of Charles de Gaulle

Julian Jackson’s splendid biography captures the stubborn power of the statesman who willed postwar France into being, constructing a national identity that was both sovereigntist and cosmopolitan.

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The China Challenge
Not Waiting for Sputnik: A Call to Geoeconomics

Why Eisenhower’s “Great Equation” approach to national security strategy should guide our response to China today.

Diego Rivera, “Detroit Industry, South Wall” mural detail (Detroit Institute of Arts)
Threat Perception and Tech Policy
How to Jump-Start America—and Why 


A new book makes a strong case for a national push to spur innovation—but it fails to connect dots when it comes to the China threat.

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