Over the Horizon: How China and North Korea are Reshaping Allied Defense Investment in the Asia-Pacific
By August Cole, Steve Ganyard, and Alex Chang
Growing threats from North Korea and China are reshaping allied defense investment in the region and are calling into question U.S. military dominance for the first time in decades. August Cole sat down with Steve Ganyard and Alex Chang to discuss how recent military technology and strategic shifts in the Asia-Pacific are driving new spending on missile defense, fighters, submarines, and unmanned aerial and undersea vehicles.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
August Cole is the writer-in-residence at Avascent. He is the co-author of Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War and the editor of the Atlantic Council’s War Stories from the Future anthology. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Steve Ganyard (Colonel, USMC, Ret.) is an Avascent Principal and President of Avascent Global Advisors. With a primary focus on Asian markets, Steve helps clients with international market strategy development and execution, political strategy and risk management, as well as business development and capture support. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alex Chang is a Senior Associate at Avascent specializing in growth strategies in US and Asian-Pacific defense markets. For more information, contact email@example.com.
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