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GPC Related Websites

For those acquisition members desiring additional information, knowledge, and perspectives on the Great Power Competition (GPC) beyond our Resources Section, the following is a small sample of available websites to view.  

Brookings Institute:

Brookings, an independent non-profit organization, has several reports and analysis on GPC that cover all aspects of the implications of this competition.


Center for Strategic and International Studies:  

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a bipartisan, nonprofit policy research organization with a stated purpose to define the future of national security.  Many GPC items can be found  at this website.


MITRE Corporation:  

Mitre, a federally funded research and development center, has a wealth of information and knowledge concerning Great Power Competition. Beyond this article, readers are encouraged to search the MITRE website for numerous GPC related articles and analyses dealing with supply chain, technology, acquisition, and engineering.


Naval Postgraduate School:  

The Naval Postgraduate School Certificate Program in Great Power Competition provides students timely academic knowledge on the political and strategic challenges posed for the United States by the emergence of GPC with China and its re-emergence with Russia.


Office of Commercial and Economic Analysis:

US Air Force Office of Commercial and Economic Analysis (OCEA) website.  CAC required to access numerous reports and analyses on GPC. 


RAND Corporation:

 Collection of Rand research on great power competition. Readers are encouraged to search the Rand website for many other GPC related items.


Reoptimizing for Great Power Competition

The Department of the Air Force’s senior civilian and military leaders, Feb. 12, unveiled sweeping plans for reshaping, refocusing, and reoptimizing the Air Force and Space Force to ensure continued supremacy in those domains while also better posturing the services to deter and, if necessary, prevail in an era of Great Power Competition.


U.S.- China Economic and Security Review Commission:

 Website of the U.S.- China Economic and Security Review Commission that includes multiple reports and analyses to include their 2023 annual report. Their annual report is part of the commission’s mandate “to monitor, investigate, and report to Congress on the national security implications of the bilateral trade and economic relationship between the United States and the People’s Republic of China.”