Researchers at the PLA’s National University of Defense Technology examine the U.S. strategy of deterrence by denial against China since 2017, tracing developments across the Trump and Biden administrations and assessing likely impacts on China’s efforts to shape its regional security environment. The authors argue that while these strategies have “achieved some of the expected effects,” they will be constrained abroad by the security interests of regional U.S. partners and allies and domestically through disagreement among U.S. political parties and U.S. military branches about how to approach denial capability building.
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A researcher at the PLA’s National University of Defense Technology provides a lengthy analysis of the changing security order in the Indo-Pacific.
An international relations scholar at Tsinghua University assesses the Biden administration’s Indo-Pacific strategy, concluding that the U.S. is seeking to restrict China’s regional and global influence for the foreseeable future.
The deputy dean at the PLA’s National Defense University overviews China’s regional and global security challenges in 2021, emphasizing the increasingly important role science and technology innovation play in the military domain.
Executive director of the Institute of International Studies of Nanjing University, Zhu Feng, and research assistant Ni Guihua, react to the Biden administration’s Indo-Pacific strategy, viewing the policy as a constraint on China’s development.