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Michael R. Gordon on the New Era of "Great Power" Conflict

The world could be entering an era of great power conflict, with the United States in a face-off against China and Russia. Michael R. Gordon, the Wall Street Journal's national security correspondent, has reported on the U.S. military for decades. He tells Walter Isaacson why he believes the United States is unready for such a conflict and needs to come up with new ways of waging war.

Michael R. Gordon on the New Era of "Great Power" Conflict

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