Great power conflict

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A great power conflict is a military confrontation between states capable of projecting their influence on a global scale.


Colucci, Lamont (2015) Great power conflict: Will it return?, World Affairs, vol. 177, pp. 44–53.

Denkenberger, David (2019) Possible way of reducing great power war probability?, Effective Altruism Forum, November 28.

Hanson, Robin (2019) Big war remains possible, Overcoming Bias, July 25.

Koehler, Arden (2020) Problem areas beyond 80,000 Hours’ current priorities, Effective Altruism Forum, June 22.

Smith, Noah (2016) The real danger, Noahpinion, November 14.

Tse, Brian (2019) Risks from great power conflicts, Effective Altruism, March 11.

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