Book ‘Stopping A Taiwan Invasion’ by Stephen D. Bryen & General Earl Hailston

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Findings & Recommendations from The Center for Security Policy Panel of Experts
A Center for Security Policy specially organized Panel of Experts, all of whom have extensive experience in the Pacific and with the US Pacific command, believe the US can deter China from attacking Taiwan. The Panel's work resulted in 34 Findings and Recommendations. The proposals, if adopted, will discourage any attack from China and strengthen peace and security in the Pacific. The Panel undertook the task of reviewing Pacific security in light of the constant threats to Taiwan coming from Beijing, the massing of air and naval power around the island, and "think tank" reports, now debunked by the Panel, that the US was weak and unable to maintain the balance of power around Taiwan, Japan, Korea and elsewhere in the Pacific...
Publisher: Independently published (April 26, 2022)  Pages: 88 pages  ISBN-13:  979-8806319709  ASIN:‎ B09Z2V7SS1

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About the author: Dr. Stephen Bryen has 50 years of experience in government and industry. He has served as a senior staff director of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, as the Executive Director of a grassroots political organization, as the head of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, as the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Trade Security Policy, as the founder and first director of the Defense Technology Security Administration, as the President of Delta Tech Inc., as the President of Finmeccanica North America, and as a Commissioner of the U.S. China Security Review Commission. Currently Dr. Bryen is a Senior Fellow at the American Center for Democracy, the Center for Security Policy, the Yorktown Institute and on the Board of Directors of Il Nodo di Gordio. He writes regularly for Asia Times, Epoch Times and Newsweek.