Measuring America's Foes

Johnson, Paul
February 2011
Forbes Asia;Feb2011, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p34
The article informs about possible threats to the U.S. It has been stated that the risk of a terrorist gang obtaining a nuclear weapon is the most worrisome danger for the nation. It has been stated the threat from Islamic extremism is not a cause for panic, but growing economy of China is posing threat to the nation. It has been stated that China's effort to enhance military high tech is daunting.


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