Category Archives: The China Challenge

New Webinar Series

Jim Pietrocini and I have started a new webinar series intended to: Explore important topics in technology, global trends, DoD acquisition activities, and research & development related to U.S. National Security. Invite key thinkers and leaders to share their views, … Continue reading

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How should the U.S. respond to China’s Taiwan Provocations?

By Evan M. Dudik edudik@evandudik.com March 9, 2021 What do you do when a well-armed enemy gives every sign of spoiling for a fight? That’s what China signals by its latest, expanded incursions into Taiwan’s defense zones January 23-24 2021. … Continue reading

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China’s Grand Strategy: Downloads

In follow up to the series on China’s Grand Strategy, you can download the full PDF version and supplement using the links below: China’s Grand Strategy: Complete Version China’s Grand Strategy: The Importance of the Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing … Continue reading

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China’s Grand Strategy: Part 8

What is the United States to do? By Evan Dudik We’ve established in this series that China is a behemoth to be reckoned with.    If you believe, as I do, that China’s drive for hegemony represents a steadily less … Continue reading

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China’s Grand Strategy: Part 7

China’s Grand Strategy By Evan Dudik Previously, we outlined in detail areas where China is jockeying for influence across the globe. We’re now positioned to distill the country’s Grand Strategy.

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China’s Grand Strategy: Part 6

Belt and Road Initiative, Why? By Evan Dudik — edudik@evandudik.com In the Panama Canal and elsewhere, China sees opportunities to leverage strategic investments. Fast forward to recent years. In 2015 an anonymous source leaked the heretofore secret Panama Papers. The … Continue reading

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China’s Grand Strategy: Part 5

Belt and Road Initiative – What? By Evan Dudik — edudik@evandudik.com It isn’t just through military and economic growth at sea, in space and online that China is building its grand strategy. Through massive infrastructure projects such as building ports … Continue reading

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China’s Grand Strategy: Part 4

Cyberspace By Evan Dudik — edudik@evandudik.com In Part 3 we looked at elements of China’s grand strategy to control the threat from the United States, at sea and in space.  Then there’s China’s effort in the other space, cyberspace.

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China’s Grand Strategy: Part 3

China’s Grand Strategy and the US By Evan Dudik In Part 2 I discussed how much China wants to bring Taiwan back into the fold, and some ways it will work to get there. The U.S., with its commitment to Taiwan, … Continue reading

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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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