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Episode 657: Strategy, Uncertainty and the China Challenge

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From the abstract of the article in the Naval War College Review Winter 2023 Edition, Strategy, Uncertainty, and the China Challenge

"Despite China’s increasing aggressiveness, its intentions are indeterminate, even aligning with U.S. interests in some arenas. Furthermore, China simply may fail in achieving even its foremost national and foreign-policy goals. Given this uncertainty, the United States should not base its policy and strategy on any specific prediction about Chinese intentions or abilities."

Our guest for the full hour will be two of the three co-authors of the article, Jeffrey W. Meiser from the University of Portland (Oregon) and Renny Babiarz, PhD from Johns Hopkins University Geospatial Intelligence Program. 

We'll dive in to the issues raised in the article and discuss related topics as they come in to the conversation. 

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