Forty years later the hope of producing a benign People's Republic of China utterly failed. The Communist Party of China deceived the West into believing that the its system and the Party-ruled People's Liberation Army were peaceful and posed no threat. In fact, these misguided policies produced the emergence of a 21st Century Evil Empire even more dangerous than a Cold War version in the Soviet Union.
Successive American presidential administrations were fooled by ill-advised pro-China policymakers, intelligence analysts and business leaders who facilitated the rise not of a peaceful China but a threatening and expansionist nuclear-armed communist dictatorship not focused on a single overriding strategic objective: Weakening and destroying the United States of America.
Defeating the United States is the first step for China's current rulers in achieving global supremacy under a new world order based an ideology of Communism with Chinese characteristics.
The process included technology theft of American companies that took place on a massive scale through cyber theft and unfair trade practices. The losses directly supported in the largest and most significant buildup of the Chinese military that now directly threatens American and allied interests around the world. The military threat is only half the danger as China aggressively pursues regional and international control using a variety of non-military forces, including economic, cyber and space warfare and large-scale influence operations.
Deceiving the Sky: Inside Communist China's Drive for Global Supremacy details the failure to understand the nature and activities of the dangers posed by China and what the United States can do in taking needed steps to counter the threats.
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Table of Contents
Preface to the Paperback Edition xiii
Introduction Deceive the Sky to Cross the Ocean 1
Chapter 1 How Communists Lie 9
The 2007 ASAT Test
Chapter 2 The East Is Red 19
Communism with Chinese Characteristics
Chapter 3 China Wars 29
The Failure of Pro-China Appeasement
Chapter 4 The Coming Space War with China 45
Chapter 5 Assassin's Mace in Space 53
Chapter 6 Seeking Digital Superiority 65
Chapter 7 High-Tech Totalitarianism 85
Chapter 8 Chinese Intelligence Operations 101
Chapter 9 Influence Power 119
Beijing and the Art of Propaganda and Disinformation Warfare
Chapter 10 Financialand Economic Warfare with Chinese Characteristics 139
Chapter 11 Corporate Communism 159
Huawei and 5G
Chapter 12 Military Might 175
World Domination Through the Barrel of a Gun
Chapter 13 Flashpoints at Sea and China's String of Pearls Expansion 195
Conclusion What Is to Be Done? Declare China an Enemy, Liberate the Chinese People 211