Tuesday, March 22, 2005

It is time for a "comprehensive strategy" on China.

"The United States has never had a comprehensive strategy for East Asia" says Tom Donnelly in a Daily Standard story of March 16, 2005. Perhaps under President Bush we can develop such a strategy.

We live in a global environment where it is critical that we face threats and work to contain them. "China's progress as a geopolitical and increasingly global competitor" is reason enough to develop a strategy, let alone her aggressive acts. China has demonstrated by action and in-action that if not yet an enemy it is certainly no friend.

Linked from Center for Strategic Policy is this China's Strategy story.


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