The Hill uses the Brent Scowcroft Center’s strategy paper, Dynamic Stability, to illustrate the rising challenges of global affairs:

At this critical juncture in the agency’s history, we face an equally critical moment in world history. We are living in a new global reality with increasingly complex and challenging opportunities. The traditional Westphalian model of neatly ordered nation-states no longer applies. This spring, the Atlantic Council’s Barry Pavel and Peter Engelke released a major strategy paper, titled Dynamic Stability, cautioning how powerful individuals, groups and non-state actors are disrupting the traditional world order. “A diffusion of power across nearly every domain of human experience is making the world much more dynamic than ever before,” they write, and if the U.S. hopes to restore stability to global order, “it will have to effectively harness vast, and increasingly powerful, global changes.”

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