U.S. War With China May Be More Likely, Deadlier

The chances of the U.S. entering into a military conflict with China have increased in the past six years, and the stakes are higher than ever, according to a new report by the RAND Corporation.

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The California-based think tank, which conducts research and analysis on behalf of the U.S. military, released the 16-page report on Tuesday. Titled “Conflict with China Revisited,” it is a sequel to a 2011 report in which the group examined the contingencies of a potential war between the world’s two leading economies. Six years later, the report has been revised to include China’s many military reforms and advancements that make it a more formidable foe, and to examine a number of contemporary scenarios that could prove to be catalysts for such a confrontation.

U.S. War With China May Be More Likely, Deadlier