The end of the Cold War seemed to augur the “end of history” and emergence of an international system led by the United States. Twenty years later, the international system is in flux as power diffuses away from the United States to other actors—state, supra-state, and sub-state alike. How this diffusion occurs will critically affect the course of international relations. Through projects on U.S., Asian, and European military policy and American grand strategy, SSP is at the forefront of scholarly efforts to understand and help manage the changing global distribution of power.
Power, Security, and Strategy in a Changing World