US builds new software tool to predict actions that could draw China's ire

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US builds new software tool to predict actions that could draw China's ire

Calculates "strategic friction".

US military commanders in the Pacific have built a software tool to predict how the Chinese government will react to US actions in the region like military sales, US-backed military activity and even congressional visits to hotspots like Taiwan. Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks was ...

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