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Getting to Less? The Innovation Superiority Strategy
January 23, 2020 | Kathleen H. Hicks, Joseph Federici, Seamus P. Daniels, Rhys McCormick, Lindsey R. Sheppard
This is the second CSIS brief in a series called Getting to Less. In this brief, the authors discuss a strategy they have labeled the Innovative Superiority Strategy. The strategy is guided by a focus on achieving enduring American military advantage in the U.S.-China security competition.
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