Franz-Stefan Gady, Associate Editor, Diplomat
Dec 21, 2012
Similar to the fictional “missile gap” during the Cold War, Franz Stefan-Gady argues that a the China-US relationship is in danger of falling into a fictional “cyber weapons gap.”
Robert Ross, Professor, Boston College
Dec 06, 2012
Ever since the Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping opened up his country’s economy in the late 1970s, China has managed to grow in power, wealth, and military might
Dan Steinbock, Founder, Difference Group
Sep 20, 2012
As the House Intelligence Committee continues its investigation into China-based telecom companies over alleged security threats; Dr. Dan Steinbock examines the barriers companies like Huawei face when entering US markets.
Bill French, a policy analyst at the National Security Network
Sep 13, 2012
With the US Party Conventions over, one Party’s platform in particular stood out as particularly detrimental to US-China relations. While it is now clear the hardliners within the Republican Party control its China policy, what is less apparent is whether or not Republicans have thought through the full ramifications of their confrontational positions towards China.
Chen Zhou, Director, Academy of Military Sciences of China
Aug 24, 2012
From the end of the last century to the beginning of this century, the United States has insisted on developing a national missile defense system and seceded fr
Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Apr 25, 2012
The majority of discussions at the April 2012 U.S. Army War College’s 23rd annual Strategy Conference focused on the rise of China and the People’s Liberation Army. Despite U.S. concerns over a lack of transparency in China’s military, the 23rd annual Strategy Conference agreed the ties linking China and the U.S. make future conflicts unlikely.