by J Michael Waller, adapted from article in Insight magazine, May 26, 2003 Might the People’s Republic of China (PRC) be waging covert political operations to weaken Asian and Pacific governments’ support for their security relationships with the United States? U.S. intelligence officials tell me they have detected no Soviet-style “active-measures” campaign. However, Chinese tradecraft depends more on financial co-option of business and...
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This website is devoted to ways and means of defeating the enemy without fighting him, what we call political warfare. Ancient Chinese general Sun Tzu had a similar concept, which has been translated as "the acme of skill."
The site is especially inspired by Samuel Adams, arguably the father of the American Revolution, whose use of political warfare as an instrument of strategic influence inspired divided colonists to seek independence and a new political system.
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