How to Have a Favorable Balance of Power with China

Robert Greenway, Director of the Center for National Defense at the Heritage Foundation, says a stable US-China relationship would include a more productive trade relationship and the defense of our allies in the Indo-Pacific region. “In the end, their activities and their military posture and trajectory are escalatory,” Greenway says. “They will eclipse us in many ways conventionally and in a nuclear deterrent standpoint by the end of 2040 if things don’t change.”

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