Sea Control 364 – How Foreign Companies Are Financing China’s Naval Expansion

By Jared Samuelson

Brian Hart and Matthew P. Funaiole join the podcast to describe how foreign companies are bankrolling Chinese Navy expansion. Brian Hart is a fellow with the China Power Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where he researches the evolving nature of Chinese power. Matthew P. Funaiole is vice president of iDeas Lab, Andreas C. Dracopoulos Chair in Innovation, and senior fellow of China Power Project at CSIS.

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Links

1. “In the Shadow of Warships: How foreign companies help modernize China‚Äôs Navy,” by Matthew P. Funaiole, Brian Hart, and Joseph S. Bermudez Jr., Center for Strategic and International Studies, April 2022.

Jared Samuelson is Co-Host and Executive Producer of the Sea Control podcast. Contact him at Seacontrol@cimsec.org.

This episode was edited and produced by Marie Williams.

One thought on “Sea Control 364 – How Foreign Companies Are Financing China’s Naval Expansion”

  1. The article provides a thought-provoking analysis of the various ways in which foreign entities are contributing to China’s maritime capabilities. I appreciate the comprehensive overview of the financial mechanisms and partnerships through which foreign companies are involved in China’s naval expansion efforts. Your discussion on topics such as joint ventures, technology transfers, and investments sheds light on the complex dynamics at play in this context. Once again, thank you for your informative and thought-provoking article. It serves as a valuable resource for understanding the multifaceted nature of China’s naval expansion and the role played by foreign companies.

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