On this National Security Podcast, Elsa Kania joins Katherine Mansted to talk about strategic competition in the age of artificial intelligence, the modernisation of China’s PLA, and the future of war in an increasingly technologically-enabled battlespace.
Listen to the full conversation on Asia & The Pacific Policy Society's National Security Podcast.
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