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China’s Grand Strategy: Part 2

China’s Strategy for the South China Sea and Taiwan By Evan Dudik In Part 1 I introduced a series of eight posts exploring how China has adopted a “grand strategy” to place itself more firmly on the world stage politically, … Continue reading

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China’s Grand Strategy: Part 1

Will China’s rise be peaceful? What the smart money says By Evan Dudik Whether you believe China can be tamed depends a lot on who you ask. Will China’s rise be peaceful? Is the world’s newest superpower benign? Is China … Continue reading

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Part 2: Will Artificial Intelligence (AI) Help Maintain U.S. Naval Superiority over China’s Growing Naval Power?

As discussed in Part 1 of this AI discussion, China’s central government plans to achieve AI breakthroughs by 2025 and world AI dominance by 2030. If the DoD’s past acquisition track record doesn’t change, it could be twenty years before … Continue reading

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Part-1: Will Artificial Intelligence Help Maintain U.S. Naval Superiority over China’s Growing Naval Power?

Background It is hard to pick up a magazine or newspaper today without seeing something about the amazing things artificial intelligence and/or machine learning (AI/ML) are doing to change our lives for the better. Most people enjoy the benefits of … Continue reading

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