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Author Kania, Elsa B., author

Title Myths and realities of China's military-civil fusion strategy / Elsa B. Kania, Lorand Laskai
Published Washington, DC : Center for a New American Security, 2021


Description 1 online resource (23 pages) : portraits, color photographs
Contents Introduction. -- History of military-civil fusion. -- China's potential advantages. -- Obligations under PRC law. -- Implications for U.S.-China technological engagement. -- Conclusions and implications. -- Questions for future analysis
Summary Beijing's drive to break down barriers and create stronger linkages between its civilian economy and defense industrial base has started to draw considerable attention in Washington. The success of this strategy is hardly a foregone conclusion. The "fusion" that MCF intends to create remains primarily aspirational, such that this phrasing is not yet a true reflection of realities on the ground in China. American policymakers have often failed to recognize the complexities of MCF with regard to its objectives and actual progression. Without an accurate understanding and communication of MCF as a strategy, American policymakers cannot square up to the competitive challenge
Notes "January 2021"--Cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 18-23)
Notes Online resource; title from PDF cover page (CNAS, viewed January 30, 2021)
Subject Military-industrial complex -- China
Defense industries -- Government policy -- China
Public-private sector cooperation -- Government policy -- China
Defense industries -- Government policy.
Military-industrial complex.
Military policy.
SUBJECT China -- Military policy
Subject China.
Form Electronic book
Author Laskai, Lorand, author
Center for a New American Security, publisher.