Following a period of nearly three decades of peace after the collapse of the Soviet Union, today we are witnessing a resurgence of great power competition in old and new domains, generating change in regional orders. How different are today’s rivalries from the Cold War era when the US-Soviet rivalry defined the contours of many regional conflicts? What new tools do we need to explain patterns of regional orders and the impact of systemic rivalries on these orders? This one-day workshop brings together experts on defense and international relations to discuss the effects of the new great power competition on regional orders with the aim to assess under which conditions a peaceful power transition might be possible.
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