April 26, 2014

U.S. Military Must Prepare for China's Rise ... and Fall

Steven Metz, World Politics Review

The Associated Press

For this week at least, Russia’s revived aggression is dominating the news in the United States. Once the furor subsides, the conflict with al-Qaida will likely regain most of the attention from the media and national security experts. But in the long term, these issues pale in importance to the challenge of China’s rising power, however much it may have faded into the background today.

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