Assessing the China Threat

Does China's military really threaten America's position in Asia? Not yet, but it still must be taken seriously.

Issue: Fall 2005

After a period of calm in U.S.-Chinese relations, in which U.S. China policy stressed economic engagement, cooperation against terrorism and stability in the Taiwan Strait, attention has returned to the military and economic rise of China and the challenges to American security.

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