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Tue, Jul 7, 2020

A global strategy for shaping the post-COVID-19 world

The COVID-19 pandemic is an acute public health and economic crisis that is further destabilizing an already weakened rules-based international system. With cooperation, determination, and resolve, however, the United States and its allies can recover from the crisis and revitalize an adapted rules-based system to bring about decades of future freedom, peace, and prosperity.

Atlantic Council Strategy Paper Series by Jeffrey Cimmino, Rebecca Katz, Matthew Kroenig, Josh Lipsky, Barry Pavel

China Coronavirus

Mon, Jun 1, 2020

Taking stock: Where are geopolitics headed in the COVID-19 era?

The COVID-19 pandemic has stressed pressure points in the global order and threatens to unravel the rules-based international system. This paper examines the geopolitical implications of the pandemic by identifying key strategic shocks and tensions exacerbated by the virus. It also identifies uncertainties for the global order and provides policy recommendations for how the United States and its allies should address the pandemic.

Issue Brief by Jeffrey Cimmino, Matthew Kroenig, and Barry Pavel

China Coronavirus

Sat, May 23, 2020

Cimmino in The National Interest: The coronavirus pandemic could halt China’s rise

Global Strategy Initiative program assistant Jeffrey Cimmino argues China is failing to demonstrate it can be a responsible, leading global power amid the coronavirus pandemic and its dramatic rise in recent decades might be reaching its limits.

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China Coronavirus

Jeffrey Cimmino is a program assistant in the Global Strategy Initiative of the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, he worked as a breaking news reporter at the Washington Free Beacon. His reporting and commentary have appeared in publications such as National Review, Spectator USA, the National Interest, the Washington Free Beacon, the Washington Examiner, and other venues. While completing his undergraduate degree, he interned at the Foreign Policy Initiative. He graduated from Georgetown University with a BA in history and a minor in government.