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Joseph S. Nye
By Joseph S. Nye - Oct 04,2019
CAMBRIDGE — Whether or not a conflict spirals out of control depends on the ability to understand and communicate about the scale of hostility. Unfortunately, when it comes to cyber conflict, there is no agreement on scale or how it relates to traditional military measures.
By Joseph S. Nye - Jun 09,2019
PARIS — Earlier this year, American officials acknowledged that US offensive cyber operations had stopped Russian disruption of the 2018 congressional election.
By Joseph S. Nye - May 22,2019
CAMBRIDGE — US President Donald Trump’s administration has shown little interest in public diplomacy.
By Joseph S. Nye - Apr 08,2019
CAMBRIDGE — Chinese President Xi Jinping seems to be on a roll.
By Joseph S. Nye - Feb 12,2019
STANFORD — The dysfunctional politics of Brexit in the United Kingdom, and the midterm election reaction against President Donald Trump in the United States, are generating second thoughts about the populist tide sweeping the world’s democracies in recent years.
By Joseph S. Nye - Dec 10,2018
CAMBRIDGE — The term “fake news” has become an epithet that US President Donald Trump attaches to any unfavourable story.
By Joseph S. Nye - Nov 07,2018
CAMBRIDGE — On a visit to Beijing in October, I was often asked whether US Vice President Mike Pence’s recent harsh criticism of China marked the declaration of a new cold war.
By Joseph S. Nye - Oct 10,2018
CAMBRIDGE — The key strategic issue in East Asia is the rise of Chinese power. Some analysts believe that China will seek a form of hegemony in East Asia that will lead to conflict.
By Joseph S. Nye - Sep 06,2018
CAMBRIDGE — In July, I joined 43 other scholars of international relations in paying for a newspaper advertisement arguing that the US should preserve the current international order.
By Joseph S. Nye - Aug 12,2018
CAMBRIDGE — By June 1 of this year, US President Donald Trump had made 3,259 false or misleading claims, according to The Washington Post Fact Checker’s database, which tracks and categorises every suspect statement uttered by the president.

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