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Committee Urges Five ‘Lines of Efforts’ to Defeat the Threats Posed by the Chinese Communist Party’s Technological Competition

CPDC Position Paper Offers Practical, Near-term Recommendations for Victory

August 28, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C.— The Committee on the Present Danger: China (CPDC) today issued the third in a series of short “Position Papers” addressing grave threats posed to U.S. commercial and national security interests – and what might be done decisively to counter them. The latest paper entitled, “Competing Technologically with the Chinese Communist Party,” focuses on efforts Beijing has long undertaken to dominate five key technology portfolios.

The CPDC warns that the United States must pursue five “lines of effort” to match and overcome the CCP’s agenda of world domination. These are:

The Committee on the Present Danger: China encourages executive branch officials, Members of Congress and their staff, the media and the public at large to view this and the CPDC’s other Position Papers as prescriptions for a secure future for this country, its people and those of the Free World more generally.


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