Our research explores and critiques the dynamics of power competition between states. Bringing together perspectives from international relations, law, business, and economics, we seek to understand the scope and domains of intensifying inter-state competition, examine how methods of power analysis measure and construct that competition, and analyse the strategies states adopt under conditions of power competition.
- Economic sanctions:
- China's sanctions risks
- Legality of secondary sanctions.
- Theorising Power Competition:
- EWIS workshop
- Measuring power: strategic net assessment
- American decline.
- Middle powers
- Worldviews and generational change.
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I'm interested in the strategies of great powers in decline. CGPC looks at how others respond in that period, when power politics becomes the pre-eminent mode of international conduct. It's a great place to be researching the dynamics of contemporary international relations.Panos Vasileiadis, Postgraduate Research Student