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Walter M. Hudson

Walter M. Hudson is an associate professor at the Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy, part of the National Defense University. He is also a global fellow at the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute.
Articles by Walter M. Hudson

Analogy and Strategy: U.S.-China Competition through an Edwardian Lens

Competition between the United States and China frequently trig­gers Cold War comparisons. Ideologies are contrasted, alliances are touted, and geopolitical maneuvers are proposed. These sorts of comparisons are tempting. China is no longer Maoist in orientation, but still ostensibly Communist and still autocratic. The Cold War is also still within the living memory of most…

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