Saturday, February 26, 2005

More China...

China is working towards becoming a strategic peer according to Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy. Is it in the best interest of the United States to allow a strategic peer to develop? In particular one which is not a democracy, has imperial ambitions and with which we have been at war with both open and covert?

As we have learned in the war on terror, it is costly to wait for threats to develop the skills, infrastructure and support needed to attack us. How much more threatening when that threat also has nukes and conventional arms to directly threaten our interest around the world. We must prepare today to counter this growing threat and work to get the world on our side in limiting China's growth.

The Center for Security Policy


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