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Tides of Power: China’s Potential Strategic Dominance in Shipbuilding and Its Influence on Naval Power for the U.S.

China has a significant position in global commercial shipbuilding and its control is growing, granting it a formidable strategic industrial advantage in modernizing and expanding the capabilities of the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN). This is important as the PLAN’s modernization, in numerical and tonnage, combined with its intention to move beyond a littoral naval Read More…

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How the Summer’s “Great Fall of China” Revealed the Communist Party’s Worst Fears- Part II

John Pollock discusses the implications for China following the summer’s stock market collapse and the role played by the Communist Party.

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China’s Military Parade Examined

Margaret looks at the arsenal of military technology displayed on the Chinese military parade, including the game changing “carrier killer”