West Coast Aerospace Forum 2022
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by Ylber Bajraktari; James S. Chow; Elbridge A. Colby; Cynthia R. Cook; David A. Deptula; Debra L. Emmons; Greg Grant; Marin Halper; Jeffrey L. Harrigian; Christopher B. Johnstone; Seth G. Jones; Klon Kitchen; Jason Matheny; Bruce McClintock; Evan S. Medeiros; Stacie L. Pettyjohn; Nadia Schadlow; Kenneth S. Wilsbach; Obaid Younossi
1d ago
The West Coast Aerospace Forum focused on lessons learned from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and how those experiences will apply to security challenges in the Pacific theater and beyond. These videos present the event's five sessions ..read more
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China's Overseas Military Diplomacy and Implications for U.S. Interests
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by Kristen Gunness
1w ago
As the U.S.-China competition intensifies, military diplomacy is one of the tools that China could potentially use to gain advantage. What are some ways that China’s military diplomacy activities could challenge U.S. interests? And what are some recommendations for U.S. policymakers ..read more
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How Can the Mobility Air Forces Better Support Adaptive Basing?
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by David T. Orletsky; Julia Brackup; Christian Curriden; Adam R. Grissom; Patrick Mills; Robert A. Guffey
1w ago
The U.S. Air Force is exploring adaptive basing to reduce vulnerability and preserve critical combat capabilities in highly contested environments. These appendixes present supporting analyses, including political challenges and case studies ..read more
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National Security and International Affairs in the 118th Congress
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by RAND Corporation
1w ago
What are the biggest national security and international affairs policy issues facing the 118th Congress? RAND experts offer up insights on topics including competing with China, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, strategic competition, military personnel. and space policy ..read more
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Bolstering U.S. Air Bases Against Chinese and Russian Attacks
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by Christopher Lynch; Rachel Costello; Jacob L. Heim; Andrew Karode; Patrick Mills; Robert S. Tripp; Alan J. Vick
2w ago
There's a growing consensus that China and Russia represent major threats to U.S. interests and there are calls to counter the threats cost-effectively. Air base resilience requires close familiarity with the threat, a systematic approach for addressing it, and sustained efforts to build on investments in protection ..read more
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Managing the Escalation Risks of U.S. Military Activities in the Indo-Pacific
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by Bryan Frederick; Kristen Gunness; Bonny Lin; Cortez A. Cooper III; Bryan Rooney; James Benkowski; Nathan Chandler; Cristina L. Garafola; Jeffrey W. Hornung; Karl P. Mueller; Paul Orner; Timothy R. Heath; Christian Curriden; Emily Ellinger
2w ago
This brief describes how the United States can select and shape its military activities in the Indo-Pacific region to deter Chinese aggression against U.S. allies and partners while also limiting the risks of escalatory Chinese reactions ..read more
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Lost Opportunities to Contain COVID-19 in China
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by Jennifer Bouey
3w ago
Three years after the SARS-COV-2 virus emerged in Wuhan, China is now facing a tsunami of COVID-19 infections. The unprecedented spread of the disease appears to have been fueled by an ill-timed sudden change in COVID-19 policy and the lack of vaccination and boosting. A rethinking of national strategy could still help ..read more
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What Does China's Arctic Presence Mean to the United States?
Rand » China
by RAND Corporation
3w ago
China has engaged in economic, scientific, cultural, diplomatic, and military activities in the Arctic region. The United States sees China as a potentially destabilizing force. But there are opportunities to cooperate, for example, on climate change ..read more
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Virtual Event: Flournoy, Durnan Join Panel on Net Assessment in the 21st Century
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by RAND Corporation
3w ago
RAND will host a virtual conversation among national security experts examining the importance of net assessment and the role it can play in U.S.-China competition ..read more
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China's Growing Role in the Arctic
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by Stephanie Pezard; Stephen J. Flanagan; Scott W. Harold; Irina A. Chindea; Benjamin J. Sacks; Abbie Tingstad; Tristan Finazzo; Soo Kim
1M ago
China has become a player in the Arctic region, engaging in economic, scientific, cultural, diplomatic, and military activities. What security risks do China's investments pose, and what could the United States and its partners do to mitigate undesirable Chinese involvement in the region ..read more
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