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Strategy and Foreign Policy Approaches in a Context of Multipolar Tensions

Foreign Policy
International Relations
War
Power
P437
Cornelia Baciu
Johns Hopkins University
Delphine Deschaux-Dutard
Sciences Po Grenoble
Delphine Deschaux-Dutard
Sciences Po Grenoble

Thursday 13:30 - 15:15 (27/08/2020)


Abstract

In a context of genuine multipolarity, great powers’ competition transcends traditional military domain. Confrontation is being enacted in new areas: economic, normative, space. These dynamics reveal new types of risks, unprecedented formats and degrees of contestation, with substantive implications on distributional power outcomes. To assess transformational warfare and foreign policy approaches in an environment of multipolar competition, this Panel examines a series of case studies. First, it delves into space warfare and the implications of extended deterrence, capabilities and the character of war in the 21st century. Second, the Panel examines foreign policy approaches in crisis bargaining, comparing the EU and Russia. In addition, it seeks to explain Russia’s preferences in a context of multipolarity. Third, the Panel investigates the Baltic states’ coping strategies with ‘America First’ on one side, and with US-Russia rivalries on the other side.
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