Beijing’s Naval Power Projection Capabilities

With Mark Helprin

MARK HELPRIN, Novelist, journalist and conservative commentator, Former Senior fellow of the Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy, Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Latest book Paris in the Present Tense (2017):

  • The current state of the U.S. nuclear arsenal
  • How the “three body problem” can be applied to nuclear dynamics
  • Why we must pay attention to China’s nuclear capabilities

(PART TWO):

  • Why China will never fully disarm
  • The disparities between Chinese and U.S. weapons capabilities
  • Would a comprehensive U.S.-Beijing arms control treaty ever be impactful?

(PART THREE):

  • Beijing’s naval power projection capabilities
  • Why missile defense is a key factor in restoring deterrence
  • Consequences of Beijing’s militarization of the South China Sea

(PART FOUR):

  • Implications of Xi Jinping’s One Belt One Road Initiative
  • How China continues to cripple the West
  • America’s supply-chain dilemma in China




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