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Communication, Democracy, Diplomacy, Governance, Health, Peace, Science, Technology, Trade, War
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I am a cadet at the United States Military Academy double-majoring in Biomechanical Engineering and American Politics. In two short years, I will commission as an officer in the US Army. I am eager to learn as much as I can about our global community, in preparation for my service at duty stations around the world.

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Let's Age the Salami

Posted on May 1, 2015 at 1:04pm 0 Comments

China and the United States are locked in head-to-head competition. Xi Jinping coined the slogan the ‘Chinese Dream’ as a play on the American Dream; the US says ‘Pivot to Asia’ but really means ‘Pivot to China.’   But for the US to compete effectively against China, we must lift our heads from this narrow US vs. China mentality.  China has a Grand Strategy of Salami Slicing characterized by the gradual accession of economic and military power in the Asia-Pacific. To counter this strategy,…

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