The People's Republic of China has emerged as a significant regional superpower. At best, China will be an economic challenge to the United States; at worst, the PRC will be a very real national security threat. Dillon persuasively argues that a Cold War mentality cannot work against China. The U.S. must instead craft an ambitious new geostrategic plan.
Dana R. Dillon is Senior Strategic Analyst at BCP International. He served 20 years in the U.S. Army, the last six years at the Pentagon, where he specialized in intelligence and foreign policy. He is a frequent commentator on Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC. He lives in Fairfax, Virginia.
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 1. Rising Asia Chapter 3 2. South China Sea Border Disputes Chapter 4 3. Asia's War on Terrorism Chapter 5 4. Nuclear Armed Asia Chapter 6 5. Pirates of the South China Sea Chapter 7 6. Trade and American Foreign Policy in Asia Chapter 8 7. Unification of the Korean Peninsula Chapter 9 8. One China, Two Chinas, Taiwan? Chapter 10 9. The Asian Space Race and the Masters of Infinity Chapter 11 Conclusion