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The Biden administration is currently working on writing the 2022 National Defense Strategy, which should include challenges from adversaries like China, Russia, North Korea and the Taliban, as well as the ramifications of rapidly expanding global threats.

  • Bryan Clark, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and former special assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations, said the National Defense Strategy should prioritize China as the biggest threat, mostly by way of threats to U.S. allies, and should also focus on Russia, Iran and climate change.
  • Clark said the U.S. military is still more capable than the Chinese military but China has the biggest armed forces in the world.
  • The United States should try to dissuade China from using aggression as a tool to achieve its objectives, as stopping it altogether will be difficult, said Clark.

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