It’s no secret. The U.S. is the world leader in marketing and sales of military equipment. The Chinese have a lot of discretionary income and are trying to throw their weight around Asia, if not the world. So, instead of blatantly stealing U.S. military hardware, why not simply buy or co-opt it! It’s a better business model. A top American military commander said this week that the United States Army was working to start a formal dialogue and exchange program with the Chinese People’s Liberation Army before the end of the year. Why not, we have common frenemies: Russia, North Korea, India, and Pakistan.
Read Edward Wong and Andrew Jacobs’s New York Times article here:
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