Thursday, February 29, 2024

“Failing to rethink and remediate the Chinese and Taiwanese supply chains on which the US military depends continues the signal of “non-deterrence” in the Indo-Pacific, inviting conflict through the message that the US cannot resupply its military during a war.”
– John G. Ferrari and Mark Rosenblatt –

Many consider armed conflict with China unthinkable… which is precisely why civilian and military leaders are taking action today to prepare for that eventuality. Even if a military conflict with China is avoided, though, choices made today will radically reshape the global economy for years to come. To learn more about what some of these changes may entail, Click here for the report Preparing Supply Chains for a Coming War.

Stay safe. Stay healthy. Be strong. Lead well.