China Aerosapce Studies Institute
/ Published November 12, 2021
We were very excited for another visit on the AFA's Aerospace Advantage podcast. We need all the people we can get looking at the complex but vitally important issues.
In Episode 49 of the Aerospace Advantage podcast China’s Global Intent and Tactics: Adversary Insights, host John “Slick” Baum is joined by Dr. Brendan Mulvaney of the China Aerospace Studies Institute (CASI), the former Director of Research at CASI. Ken Allen, and Mitchell Institute research analyst Daniel Rice to discuss the big question on everyone’s mind, “What is China’s global intent, and what are they doing to achieve these goals?” You see it in the news all of the time, China is fielding a new capability, or chartering vectors into a new area of the globe, so we need to make sense of it all and frame the way that we think about China. Today, the team explains what are China’s fundamental goals, and sheds some light on Chinese actions in the South China Sea, around Taiwan, and the Chinese military buildup.
You can find the AFA's last episode on the PLAAF here.
Host: Douglas Birkey, Executive Director, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies
Producer: Daniel C. Rice
Executive Producer: Douglas Birkey
Guest: Dr. Brendan Mulvaney, Director, The China Aerospace Studies Institute
Guest: Ken Allen, former Director of Research, The China Aerospace Studies Institute
Guest: Daniel Rice, Research Analyst, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies