Dan Blumenthal and Derek Scissors | Atlantic
As Beijing’s ambition of overtaking the American economy stalls, its strategy is shifting to economic coercion. The US must be prepared
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From wonkish policy analysis to popular history to engrossing fiction, AEI research fellows' book recommendations include something for just about everybody.
'They Are Putting Capability in the Field Faster Than We Are'by Judith Bergman
By Chris Frye, Defense News: “The president’s executive order on America’s supply chains and the CHIPS and Science Act underscore an urgent need to enlist emerging technology and hybrid models to enable resilient, competitive and sustainable supply chains.”
How to Ensure the U.S. Military Stays Ahead of Russia and China
By James Holmes, 1945: “"“Offset-X,” an aspirational effort aimed at “achieving and maintaining military-technological superiority over all potential adversaries . . ."
The rise of Middle Eastern culture in Israel is to be celebrated. The rise of Middle Eastern politics will make our fate identical to that of our neighbors
Looking Back at President Biden’s Foreign Policy, with Christopher Preble, Zack Cooper, and Melanie Marlowe
By Loren Thompson, Forbes: "A hundred years ago, the United States did not have a defense industry. At least, not in the sense that term is used today."
Robert Kaplan’s The Tragic Mind Counsels Prudence and Realism in Ukraine and the South China Sea
By Francis P. Sempa, RealClearDefense: “The Defense Department’s top procurement official is taking aim at watchdog-type laws that are put in place to discourage corruption in government.”