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Creating Strategic Knowledge

(Source: The Taipei Times.)

By: Ian Easton | Taipei Times |

The current lights of public education in the United States are too dim, making it difficult to see the path forward in strategic competition with China. Until recently, the problem was an American China policy that minimized the looming threat and encouraged complacency where vigilance was warranted. … If the United States and its allies like Taiwan are to keep the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) techno-Orwellian order from sweeping the globe, Washington must build a first-rate Chinese language collection and analysis capability, and create strategic knowledge that can shine across society…

Read the full article in the Taipei Times.