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China’s People’s Liberation Army at the Crossroads


The United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) released its 2008 Report on China to Congress at a press conference on 20 November. The report was designed to highlight the USCC’s conclusions and recommendations about the direction of US-China relations. The USCC report underlined growing concern over China’s use of cyber attack to penetrate US government networks, and the potential military applications of China’s space programme.  

By Alexander Neill, Head, Asia Programme The United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC), the bipartisan commission established by Congress in 2000 to investigate, analyse and provide recommendations on the economic and national security implications of the US-China relationship, released its 2008 Report on China to Congress at a press conference on 20 November. The report was designed to highlight the USCC’s conclusions and recommendations about the

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