James Fanell: Our adversaries see a “vacuum” of leadership

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CAPT. JAMES FANELL, Retired Intelligence Officer for the Indo-Pacific, US Navy, former National Security Affairs Fellow, Hoover Institute

  • Jame Fanell talks about the dangers posed by a “growing relationship” between two nations, Russia and China, who increasingly, “see the West…in a position of weakness. And they’re taking advantage of what you could call a ‘vacuum’ in leadership”
  • Fanell argues that although the United States Armed Forces is a superior warfare in totality, the People’s Republic of China is making strides in closing the gap by double down on its capabilities within a specific theatre
  • When did the U.S. security establishment stop taking foreign security risks seriously?

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