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Andrew Erickson

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Andrew Erickson is a professor of strategy in the U.S. Naval War College (NWC)'s China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI). He helped to establish CMSI in 2006, and has subsequently played an integral role in its development. Since 2008 Erickson has been an associate in research at Harvard's Fairbank Center.
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Toxic Politics
China's Environmental Health Crisis and its Challenge to the Chinese State
Yanzhong Huang - Oct 15, 2020
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Environmental degradation in China has not only brought a wider range of diseases and other health consequences than previously understood, it has also taken a heavy toll on Chinese society, the economy, and the legitimacy of the party-state. In Toxic Politics, Yanzhong Huang presents new evidence of China's deepening health crisis and challenges t...
Andrew Erickson
Sep 17, 2020
#MyTake (2/2): “To understand some of #China’s most pressing challenges now & in the future, read this book!” Strong blurbs from Allen, @MerthaAndrew, Chen, Lampton, Lieberthal, Hamburg, @eosnos, & @SusanShirk1! Watch for further info & events @CFR_org:      source
Chinese Industrial Espionage
Technology Acquisition and Military Modernisation (Asian Security Studies)
William C. Hannas - May 19, 2013
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This new book is the first full account, inside or outside government, of China s efforts to acquire foreign technology.Based on primary sources and meticulously researched, the book lays bare China s efforts to prosper technologically through others' achievements. For decades, China has operated an elaborate system to spot foreign technologies, ac...
Andrew Erickson
May 25, 2019
No, most countries couldn't. #China combines tremendous indigenous capabilities with the world's largest, most capable infrastructure for acquiring & utilizing foreign tech--by ALL means necessary. Hannas, @jmulvenon & Puglisi wrote a great book on this:      source