The spring installment of The Washington Quarterly spotlights two key themes in international strategy: provocations and new strategic challenges. To better understand present-day provocations, the issue features articles on managing great power competition, human rights, new nuclear challenges, and mediating between allies. It also examines what Rajesh Rajagopalan calls the big question: did India lose China? Finally, in a section dedicated to new strategic challenges, the journal hosts articles analyzing cyber strategy, geoeconomics, and network diplomacy in today’s complex world. In addition to Rajagopalan, this month’s contributors include: Patrick Porter, Rebecca Davis Gibbons, Rachel Elizabeth Whitlark, Rupal N. Mehta, Tricia Bacon, Lee Seong-hyon, Seth D. Kaplan, Wyatt Hoffman, Don Jung Kim, and Michael W. Manulak. For more, please visit The Washington Quarterly online.