China Task Force Report   [open pdf - 6MB]

From the Methodology: "The China Task Force (CTF) conducted an expansive survey of U.S. interests relating to the People's Republic of China, to clarify the scale and urgency of the threat of the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) global malign behavior and develop a specific and actionable response plan. A summary of its recommendations can be found in Appendix I. The CTF conducted briefings with current and former administration officials on both sides of the aisle, business executives, Ambassadors, and various outside experts. In total, the CTF met with more than 130 leaders in over 60 engagements to gather information, learn about their perspectives and ask questions. The 15 Members of the China Task Force represented 11 committees in the U.S. House of Representatives. Their diverse experience ensured the China Task Force could best address this multi-faceted challenge. The Members were assigned to six pillars to address the various aspects of the China Challenge: Ideological Competition, Supply Chain Security, National Security, Technology, Economics & Energy, and Competitiveness. [...] The CTF's overall goal was to use the information gathered to assemble a comprehensive report and action plan to illustrate to the American public how Congress and the Administration can best address the growing dangers of the CCP."

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