David E. Sanger at Chatham House

Following the end of the Cold War, the US became a unipolar power in global affairs, shaping and leading the liberal rules-based order. US global supremacy, however, is now being called into question as the US, China and Russia battle for military, economic and technological supremacy on the world stage.

Following the release of his recent book New Cold Wars, David E. Sanger, White House and National Security Correspondent, The New York Times will outline his thoughts on how America can defend itself and the West in the face of Russian and Chinese aggression.

This event will explore:

  • How is America adapting to a return of great power rivalry?
  • How will this impact America’s ability to lead at the global level?

For more information and to register your place,visit the event website here.

New Cold Wars


A fast-paced account of America’s plunge into simultaneous cold wars against two very different adversaries — Xi Jinping’s China and Valdimir Putin’s Russia.

New Cold Wars— the latest from Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and bestselling author of The Perfect Weapon David E. Sanger — tells the riveting story of America at a crossroads. At the turn of the millennium, the United States was confident that a democratic Russia and a newly wealthy China could gradually be pulled into the Western-led order. That proved a fantasy. By the time Washington emerged…

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