Course: Dartmouth Summer Lecture 6: Geopolitics, Lessons From the Cold War, and the Way Forward (OSH-PXDART6)

This session will start with the geopolitical cards dealt to the United States, Russia, and China. While the United States and its partners and allies are attempting to maintain a maritime global order to foster trade, China and Russia are great continental powers increasingly fixated on dominating territory. These differences have precipitated a Second Cold War.

We will examine how the democracies won the First Cold War without fighting a hot war by turning to the conclusions of those on both sides who oversaw its end. Then we will suggest some possible ways forward based on the geopolitical hand that the United States holds, the potential strategies that such a hand can support, and the strategies that proved most fruitful the last time around.

 Session: OSH324.PXDART6

Schedule: Wednesday, Aug 14
Times: 09:00am - 11:30am

Bulletin

Classes held online following set schedule. The program will run 9AM until about 10:15AM, then there will be a 20-30 minutes break. We will resume around 10:45 AM with Q&A and end at 11:30 AM.

Instructors

Name Additional Resources
Sarah Paine

Facility Detail

Synchronous Online
Classes held online following set schedule.