The Department of Defense (DoD) annual report to Congress on military and security
developments involving the People’s Republic of China (PRC) provides a baseline assessment
of the Department’s pacing challenge. The PRC has long viewed the United States as a
competitor and has characterized its view of strategic competition in terms of a rivalry among
powerful nation states, as well as a clash of opposing systems. As expressed in the Interim
National Security Strategic Guidance, the PRC is the only competitor capable of combining
its economic, diplomatic, military, and technological power to mount a sustained challenge to
a stable and open international system. The PRC is increasingly clear in its ambitions and
intentions. Beijing seeks to reshape the international order to better align with its authoritarian
system and national interests, as a vital component of its strategy to achieve the “great
rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.” According to this worldview, the accrual of the PRC’s
comprehensive national power, including military power, is necessary to set the conditions
for Beijing to assert its preferences on a global scale. This year’s annual report continues to
chart the maturation of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the PRC’s evolving national
power as it transitions to a new stage of the PRC’s national strategy.

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