PRISM: Who Wants to Be A Great Power

Prism: Sir Lawrence Freedman
Apr 9, 2021

After years of worrying about ethnic conflict and humanitarian intervention, civil wars and counterinsurgency, there is a renewed focus among policymakers, think-tankers, and academics on traditional strategic concerns and in particular confrontation between competing great power who aspire to achieve their goal of being a superpower; Accordingly, What are the negative and positive implications of achieving this goal?

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