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When will China emerge as a military threat to the U. In most respects the answer is: not anytime soon—China doesn’t even contemplate a time it might challenge America directly. The broader hint I took was to be more careful when asking about or discussing military matters than when asking about most other aspects of modern China’s development.

But one significant threat already exists: cyberwar. They looked so crisp under the leafy plane trees of the city’s old colonial district that I pulled out a camera to take a picture of them—and, after pushing the button, had to spend the next 60 seconds running at full tilt away from the group’s leader, who pursued me yelling in English “Stop! I did keep asking people in China—carefully—about the potential military and strategic implications of their country’s growing strength.

“That is starting to even out in part because of the equality of opportunity that the Internet brings to everybody,” she says.I often had to explain that “would” did not mean “will” in the article’s headline.)The cynical view of warnings about a mounting Chinese threat is that they are largely Pentagon budget-building ploys: if the U. military is “only” going to fight insurgents and terrorists in the future, it doesn’t really need the next generation of expensive fighter planes or attack submarines.Powerful evidence for this view—apart from familiarity with Pentagon budget debates over the years—is that many of the neoconservative thinkers who since 9/11 have concentrated on threats from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Iran were before that time writing worriedly about China.The camera skims low over a dazzling blue nightscape.Pulses of light zip through the city below as fiery columns plummet from the sky, exploding on impact.