October 23, 2015 │ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Woodrow Wilson Center, 6th Floor, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20004-3027
Throughout the Cold War era, the triangular relationship formed between the United States, China, and Russia was central to forming modern global order. Today’s geopolitical and economic challenges have brought renewed urgency to understanding the evolving motivations of each of these powers in their relationships with one another.


On October 23, 2015, the Center on Global Interests in partnership with the Kennan Institute and Kissinger Institute on China and the U.S. held a panel discussion of the opportunities and challenges in the U.S.-Sino-Russian relationship.

  • Stephen BlankSenior Fellow for Russia, American Foreign Policy Council

  • Ho-fung HungAssociate Professor of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University

  • Gilbert RozmanMusgrave Professor of Sociology, Princeton University

This event marked the publication of CGI’s report, “Uneasy Triangle: The United States, China, and Russia and the New Global Order,” co-authored by Stephen Blank, Gilbert Rozman, and Alexander Lukin of the Higher School of Economics (Moscow).