By Dmitry Filipoff
The CIMSEC Chinese Military Strategy topic week ran from August 3-7 and featured experts from around the globe and representing various military branches. Through their work we were exposed to numerous interpretations, challenges, and means to produce meaningful progress as China defines its role.
Numerous questions abound on how to manage the complex rise of China in the Asia-Pacific. How can China militarily rise with power commensurate with defending one of the world’s great economies, while not producing a more uncertain status quo ripe for miscalculation? How can the United States and China both increase their influence in the Asia-Pacific without appearing to contain one another? We should bear in mind the historical origins of trends, areas of convergence and divergence, and competing philosophies on the role of nations as our authors have so eloquently discussed.
The CIMSEC team would like to thank all the authors who responded to our call for articles and used CIMSEC as a platform for their excellent analysis. We would also like to thank guest editor Eric Murphy who handled the numerous details and challenges in executing the topic week.
Keep on the lookout for future calls for articles, and at any time prospective contributors are free to contact the CIMSEC team at Nextwar@cimsec.org to see what we can accomplish.
Thank you again to our topic week contributors, and below is an ordered list of all their articles that featured during the CIMSEC Chinese Military Strategy topic week.
By Paul Pryce
By Sherman Xiaogang Lai
By Daniel Hartnett
By Chad M. Pillai
By Jack McKechnie
By Peter Marino
By Jan Stockbruegger
By Chang Ching
By Eric Gomez
By Debalina Ghoshal
By Amanda Conklin
By Justin Chock
By Xunchao Zhang
Dmitry Filipoff is CIMSEC’s Director of Online Content. Follow us @CIMSEC.
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