The Grand Race For Techno-Security Leadership

It is a perilous race between the United States and China for dominance of the global technological and security commons. Read More Here 

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Economics In The New Age Of National Security

The growing geopolitical and economic split between the United States and China should prompt a paradigm shift in economic thinking. In particular, economists will need to reconsider their approach to topics such as comparative advantage, market integration, and how to promote convergence. Read More Here

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Learning To Manage The China Threat

While regime change in China is not impossible, it is not likely, and would almost certainly not lead to Western-style democracy if it occurred. Given this, the US should be seeking to mitigate the security threat China poses through collective security arrangements, not attempting to cause regime change. Read More Here

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The Age Of Strategic Instability

…The traditional focus on strategic stability may no longer be sufficient to manage today’s risks. Even with the resurrection of arms control agreements now being abrogated or dismantled, there is reason to doubt that strategic stability, at least as understood in the old paradigm, could be reestablished or preserved. Read Here – Foreign Affairs

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