Defending the Next American Century
The story is familiar: two great powers lurching toward blows more and more with each passing day, but neither will yield an inch. Geopolitics, national interests, and escalatory rhetoric bring both to an inflection point too dangerous to ignore, but too distant for some to foresee until it is too late. In 2021, that place is Taiwan. The two powers are the United States and China. In Elbridge Colby’s treatise, The Strategy of Denial: American Defense in An Age of Great Power Conflict, he gives the reader a vital roadmap to begin thinking about how the U.S. can prevent a catastrophic war with China without surrendering the new century to Beijing.
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