To counter China’s growing military power, increasing resilience of American forces and bases in the Indo-Pacific should be a priority for the Defense Department, according to Stacie Pettyjohn, senior fellow and director of the Defense Program at the Center for a New American Security.
Watch the full interview from Government Matters.
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