May 19, 2015

More Willing and Able: Charting China's International Security Activism

By Alexander Sullivan, Andrew Erickson, Elbridge Colby, Ely Ratner and Zachary Hosford

The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) Asia-Pacific Security Program has released a new report, More Willing and Able: Charting China’s International Security Activism. The report examines China’s increasingly robust foreign policy and makes a series of recommendations, ultimately concluding that managing China’s expansive security policy “call[s] for the United States to widen the aperture of its hedging policy to seize the benefits and manage potential instabilities associated with a more active China.”

  • Alexander Sullivan

    Adjunct Fellow, Asia-Pacific Security Program

    Alexander Sullivan is an Adjunct Fellow in the Asia-Pacific Security Program, where he focuses on US-China relations, maritime security, regional military modernization and U....

  • Andrew Erickson

  • Elbridge Colby

    Senior Fellow and Director, Defense Program

    Elbridge Colby is the Director of the Defense Program at the Center for a New American Security, where he leads CNAS’ work on defense issues. Previously, Colby served as the D...

  • Ely Ratner

    Vice President and Director of Studies

    Ely Ratner is the 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 for manag...

  • Zachary Hosford

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