China's Expansion Into and U.S. Withdrawal From Argentina's Telecommunications and Space Industries and the Implications for U.S. National SecurityUnknown - 2007
Chinese involvement in the Latin American telecommunications and space industries has implications for U.S. national security. Unlike other commercial activities geared toward supplying raw materials to China's 1.3 billion inhabitants, Chinese investment in space and telecommunications implies broader commercial and strategic interests that potentially put the Chinese into Western Hemisphere air and space. At present, Chinese activity in these industries is growing as U.S. engagement is diminishing. Globalization, advances in information technology, and China's growing capacity and interest in Information Warfare make the United States particularly vulnerable should it abandon international telecommunications and space industries. In order to mitigate future threats, the United States should step up its commerce, aid, and diplomacy with Argentina and the region as a whole.
Publisher: [Carlisle Barracks, PA] : Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2007
Branch Call Number: eDOCUMENT
Characteristics: viii, 62 p. : digital, PDF file