This is an important report compilation of testimony at a hearing about the military technologies China is considering or pursuing at the global technological frontier, its ability to develop innovative technologies going forward, and the implications of these efforts for the United States.
This is an important report compilation of testimony at a 2018 hearing which provided insight into how China's ongoing military reform efforts and President Xi's vision for achieving the "China Dream" are shaping the People's Liberation Army's long-term defense planning, weapons development, and acquisition programs.
Vital emerging Chinese tech frontiers detailed in this report include artificial intelligence (AI), computer systems, the role of data in digital authoritarianism, electronics, aerospace, composite materials, graphene, clean energy, nuclear power, and lithium batteries.
This important report, containing the testimony of ten noted experts on the Chinese military at a hearing on June 20, 2019, has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction.
Public debate about whether China is an aggressive state and the extent it is a direct threat to U.S. interests is pervasive in think-tanks, the media, and growingly within U.S. Defense leader comments. However, U.S. policy toward China is clear, Presidential intent is to cooperate in as many areas as possible.
Respected Chinese policy experts provided the House Committee on Armed Services with detailed analysis and suggested strategies for dealing with the continued economic and military ascendance policy of the Chinese leadership, asserting power through an all-of-nation long-term strategy.
The report describes China's expansion by a range of means, including military access and engagement; the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) and Digital Silk Road initiatives; technology acquisition; and a growing economic footprint; with a focus on areas of military expertise.
This superb, up-to-date, and comprehensive analysis of China's military by America's Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), released in January 2019, has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction.
When reading security related journals and newspapers on China, the spectre of China's rising military comes to the forefront. While some of these articles can be written off as sensational, the potential for a Chinese military threat is not absurd.
In the last two decades, Chinese cyber espionage has cultivated a significant reputation in cyberspace for its high-volume, illicit exploitation of defense technology. At the same time, the PLA has also rapidly modernized its naval, fighter jet, and air defense technologies.