January 29, 2020

100 things the United States must do to compete with China

Featuring Ely Ratner, and Eric Sayers

Source: The Washington Post

Journalist Josh Rogin

There is a growing bipartisan consensus in Washington that the United States is losing its advantage in the strategic competition with China. But, so far, there has been little agreement on what to do about it. Today, there is a new blueprint with almost 100 ideas for how to get started.

A group of former officials, both Republicans and Democrats, and experts have put forth a large set of specific proposals on how the U.S government, industry and society writ large can meet the challenge of a rising China. The aim is to give the United States the best chance of preserving its national security, prosperity and freedom in the face of China’s growing power and influence.

Read the full story and more in The Washington Post.

Authors

  • Ely Ratner

    Executive Vice President and Director of Studies

    Ely Ratner is the Executive Vice President and Director of Studies at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), where he is a member of the executive team and responsible...

  • Eric Sayers

    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Asia-Pacific Security Program

    Eric Sayers is an Adjunct Senior Fellow for the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). Throughout his career, Mr. Sayers has worked ...