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  • New Report: Change and Continuity in Japan-Russia Relations: Implications for the United States

    The Center for the National Interest is pleased to announce the publication of Change and Continuity in Japan-Russia Relations: Implications for the United States. The report is edited by Paul J. Saunders, Senior Fellow in U.S. Foreign Policy at the Center for the National Interest and John S. Van Oudenaren, assistant director at the Center.

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  • Research Internship: Korea Studies (Summer 2019)

    CFTNI is seeking applications for research interns from energetic undergraduate and graduate students interested in international affairs, contemporary East Asian international relations and Korean Studies. Interns will support the Center for the National Interest’s Korea Studies Program, working with Program Director Harry Kazianis and staff, on a series of projects related to the political, diplomatic,

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  • U.S. Financial Power, Europe and China

    On April 25, the Center held a discussion on U.S. Financial Power, Europe and China. The central role of the US financial system in the world economy and the dollar’s status as a global currency are key pillars of American power and international economic stability.  In recent years, Washington has increasingly sought to leverage this

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  • American Sea Power and Naval Force Structure

    On April 18, the Center for the National Interest hosted the third discussion in its ongoing series on American Sea Power. The first event in the series addressed the return of great power naval rivalry with China and Russia. The second event focused on challenges to U.S. naval preeminence and the state of U.S. shipbuilding

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  • Evolving Russian Foreign Policy Perspectives

    On April 16, the Center for the National Interest organized a small private, off-the record roundtable discussion on evolving Russian foreign policy perspectives. The featured speaker was the Center’s president and CEO Dimitri K. Simes who provided insights on shifting foreign policy perspectives among Russian elites and the changing media landscape in Russia. His observations

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