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In-Country survey and Sino-scholar
assessments by:
Global Performance Strategies-AG, Inc.
and,
CRC Research Consultancy
Organizational and Educational Research
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Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
Executive Director
Patrick D. Huff
CEO, Director of Research Programs and Operations
Mark Tavera
Presentation Coordination and Facilitator
Presentation Outline
 Topic
 Focus
 Player’s pure strategies
 Predictive(s)
 Inquiry
 Study parameters
 Background SOQ
 Research purpose
 Relevance
 About the presenter
 Research purpose
 Approach
 Presentation design
 Limitations
 Implementation
 Presentation
 Directed inquiries
 Potential takeaways
 Design, theory &
methods
 Findings
 Conclusions
 Terms & definitions
 Suggested readings
 Q & A, Survey
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 Topic - China Impact (2012-2025)
 Focus
○ Predict China’s direction and future impact
○ National/Global Interests
 Internal
 External
○ Environmental factors
 Influencers
 Drivers
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 Planning
 Reforms
 Implementation
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 Near-term
 Short-term
 Long-term
 Player’s Pure Strategies
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○ Predictive
 Environmental Factors
 Influencers
 Drivers
 Direction
 Probable outcomes
 Implications
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○ Inquiry
 Relevancy
 Contributors to -
- Organization
- ROI
- Actionable intelligence
- Critical knowledge
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○ Empirical process
 Design and evaluation
 Theory and methodology
 Instruments and techniques
 Implementation and re-evaluation
○ Research limitations
○ Data
○ Algorithms
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○ Interpretatives
○ Findings and analysis
○ Timely modifications
○ Adjustments –
 Performance needs
 Study parameters
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 Background – Statement of Qualifications
○ Research purpose
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- Investigators
- Collaborators
- Peer reviewers
- Subject matter experts (SMEs)
- Contributions
- Academic
- Scientific research
- Unique perspectives
- (non-western bias)
- Meet or exceed audience
expectations
- Agency requirements
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 Relevance
○ Group/agency/audience
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- Data
- Evidence
- Discoveries
- Predictive(s)
- Probable outcomes
- Significance
- Power shifts
- Future direction
- Impact(s)
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 Background
○ About the presenter…
 Mr. Huff is a senior level international behavioral
scientist, educator, architect, and program assistant
director recently retired with service to:
 The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers;
 The Army Acquisitions Corps;
 The Army Material Command; and,
 Tasked as a representative to the Assistant Secretary to
the Army Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Office
(ASAALT) Deputy Commander under the United States
Department of Defense; with,
 Over 30 years of enlisted and officer service; and,
 Extensive civil service as a senior-level agency
executive.
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 About the presenter…
 After 9-11 he was re-called from retirement under the
“special and critical skills needed by the defense
department” for return to service with the US Army,
upon his 2nd retirement, Mr. Huff
 Applied and was accepted as an annuitant for civil-
military acquisition programs, returning ultimately to
service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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 Distinguished service
- Tasked to the Assistant Secretary to the Army Acquisition,
Logistics and Technology Office (ASAALT) Deputy Cmdr.
- Army Contingency “Contracting on the Battlefield” program
initiative
- Recalled from retirement by special order due to the critical
needs of the U.S. Army
- Attached to Northern U.S. Cmd., Multi-National Force-
Afghanistan
- Tasked to ISAF-Special Ops, Khyber Pass Ops. by General
Petraeus
- Attached to Southern U.S. Cmd., Multi-National Force-
Afghanistan
- Tasked to Theater Chief of Staff (A-FOR) – Specified
force requirements in support of Presidential Executive
Order
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 About the presenter…
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 About the presenter…
 Upon completion of his service, he applied and was
accepted into the Pepperdine University Educational
Doctorate of Leadership Program (EDOL) pursuing his
Ed.D. From day one he was been number one in
academic standing. He also consults with private
industry and government entities.
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 About the presenter…
 Current Initiatives
- Scientific research, learning model development, and
publications
- Critical national defense and Congressional research
- Global research initiatives (pubic-private funded grants)
- Collegiate and executive level textbook on the topic of
experiential learning and maximizing performance and returns
of investment
- Design, approach, applied theory and methodologies, identification and
development of actionable intelligence that is viewed as critical to top level
strategists and senior executives
- Identifying emerging trends and changing environments
- Contribute organization’s knowledge, decision making processes, and
establishment of policy.
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 About the presenter…
 Focus
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- Education
- Knowledge based
learning
- System modeling
- Program development
- Implementation
- Evaluation
- Knowledge officer
- Change agent
- Critical programs leader
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 About the presenter…
 Advanced civilian education and credentials
- Doctorate of Education, Organizational Leadership, Pepperdine
University (Honors), pending May 2017
- Doctorate of Philosophy, Distance Management and Advanced
Technologies, University of Phoenix, pending May 2019
- Master of Science, Architecture, Oklahoma University (Honors)
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 About the presenter…
 Civilian and advanced defense education and credentials
- Army Logistics Executive Development College (ALEDC-
Graduate)
- Defense Acquisitions University (DAU), Level 2 Contracting
Certification
- Defense Acquisitions University (DAU), Level 2 Program
Management Certification
- Bachelor of Science, Architecture, Oklahoma University
(Honors)
- Bachelor of Science, Environmental Design, Oklahoma
University (Honors)
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 About the presenter…
 Civilian and advanced defense education and credentials
- Command and General Staff Officer College, U.S. Army
(CGSOC-Graduate),
- Bachelor of Science, Journalism & Public Relations (Honors)
Majors in Geology, Political Science, Wichita State University
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 About the presenter…
 Leadership certification
- Licensed Architect
- California Board of Architect Examiners, Oral commissioner
- Industrial Manufacturing Research, Development, Acquisitions,
Fielding and Disposal, U. S. Army
- Level 2 Contracting Certification
- Level 2 Program Management Certification
- Federal Administration Executive Certification
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 About the presenter…
 Specialties
- Professional Designations & Affiliations
- Lieutenant Colonel, USAR (Ret), Battalion Cmdr.
- Organizational Development, Director of Programs,
Publications, Researcher, and Author
- Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA)
- Army Contracting Agency, Level 2 Contracting Cert.
- Department of Defense, Level 2 Program Management Cert.
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 About the presenter…
 Specialties
- Board Certified Architect (multi-state)
- CAB Exam Review Sub-Committee Leadership
- National Assoc. of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP)
- Calif. Architects Board (CAB) Exam Commissioner
- Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC)
- PMP
- Acquisitions & procurement executive
- Education & learning program design and development
- Performance assessment, evaluation, program design,
implementation, and reassessment
- Organizational knowledge officer
- Organizational behavior (OB) analyst
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 Research purpose
○ Academic approach and initiatives
- Scholarly research and academic contributions
- Closing the gaps in the literature
- Critical peer-reviews
- Learning and development publications
- Huff University – Educational video resources
- Multi-variant longitudinal frameworks - factors or categories for
emerging trends (Schmieder-Mallette SPELIT Model)
- Social
- Political
- Economic
- Legal
- Inter-cultural diversity
- Technology
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 Research purpose
○ Unique Perspective
- Critical research with unique Sino-perspective
- Advanced colligate and executive development insights
- Augments country brief intelligence investigations,
methodologies, and instruments
- Applies Huff’s Globular Nebula Theory
- Hierarchical hidden Markov Model (adapted to this studies
data as multi-dimensionally connected axons and dendrite
- Saldana’s Coding and Decoding for qualitative research
- Nash’s Equilibrium – Three Game Theory
- Hierarchical hidden Markov Model (HHMH) - adapted to this
studies data as multi-dimensionally connected axons and
dendrite
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 Research purpose
 Present the evidence
○ An emerging disruptive change, and…
○ Offer an assessment of East Asian and Western
disruptive strategies
 Divergence
 Convergence
○ Offer insight as to China’s future direction and the
potential impact to the global community over the
next ten years
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 Research purpose
○ Explore and improve
 The process of empirical (scientific) discovery
• Increase the understanding and impact of time-phased bias
• Increase the understanding and critical nature of pattern
coding and recognition
• Increase the understanding and critical characteristics of
exceptionalism and nationalism while preserving
individuality
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 Research purpose
○ Explore and improve
 Improve the process and modeling of relevant knowledge
creation
- Through
• Experiential learning (study abroad programs)
• Technical publishing, papers, and presentations to include
constructive feedback
• Identifying and developing of actionable knowledge of value
• Networking with and creating knowledge working groups as
developers, survey panelists, peer reviewers, that are
centered on critical inquiries
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 Research purpose
○ Explore and improve
 The ability to increase the return on investment (ROI) to the
individual investigator (student or learner)
 Increase the ROI to the supported organization or
executive agency
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 Approach
 Mr. Huff’s work is based on detailed research and the opinions of
scholars and subject matter experts within the framework of his
core research initiatives.
- He presents the facts as they are today.
- His work and presentations represent little if any personal bias.
- He is largely detached from his research findings and
discoveries; remains open to critical input and discovery; and,
readily accepts opposing research and supporting data, events,
and causalities as contributions to his research, investigations,
analysis, and findings.
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 Presentation Design
○ Specific and implied tasks pertaining to this
presentation
- Lesson objectives and learning requirements
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 Limitations
 Mr. Huff’s East Asian hemisphere study’s, supporting
research, and developmental education learning
materials are undertaken with a particular emphasis
on the discovery of unique insight into the Sino-
culture or worldview as opposed to capturing the data
and performing the subsequent analysis from a
Western bias.
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 Limitations
 So what does this mean? Why was this approach used?
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- The study is longitudinal
- Has a space-time bias
- Data sampling is bias by
70 percent
- Chinese people surveys
- Narratives
- Subject matter experts
- Scholars
- Reduce or eliminate
Western bias
• Normalcy bias
• Ideologies
• Dogma
• Cultural influencers
• Environmental factors
• Drivers
• Policies
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 Implementation
- Based upon the surveys, narratives, and
research of over 187 Western, East European,
and Asian scholars.
- The data and discoveries have been incorporated
in Huff’s research, articles, and the publication of
his textbook and dissertation.
 This Presentation
- This presentation focuses on the Sino-
perspective in the context of using political and
economic factors, financial power and influence,
within the present global environment as a
“weapon of war.”
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 Major areas of interest – Potential
takeaways
○ Directed inquiry
○ 15 questions posed/directed by the
organization/agency
- China’s Approach to Economic Warfield
• 1. How could the economy be used in warfare?
• 2. How important is the economy as a warfare
asset?
• 3. What makes the economy a game changer?
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 Major areas of interest – Potential
takeaways
- 4. How China’s economy could be used as a strategic
warfare asset?
• Precious metals vs petro-dollars as the basis of
sovereign wealth and international currency
• Warfare training differences between the United
States and China
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 Major areas of interest – Potential
takeaways
- 5. What are examples of China’s economic
strategies and tactics that are being employed
today vs those possible in the future?
- 6. What is the impact to the global community?
- East Asia versus Western-bloc ideologies
- Intellectual property mercantilism vs unprotected
market-based capitalism
• How does it affect the U.S.
- Current prevailing strengths and weaknesses
between China and the United States
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 Major areas of interest – Potential
takeaways
- East Asia versus Western-bloc ideologies
- 7. What are the perceptional (ideological)
differences between China and the United
States?
- 8. Do they form a convergence or divergence of
the respective national interests and cultures?
- 9. What is the status today of the Chinese and
the United States’ national strategies and
published plans or reforms?
• China vs the United States – Frameworks for
successes and failures
• The Chinese ideology and their economy,
culture, and global agendas
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 Major areas of interest – Potential
takeaways
- Pure gaming strategies (A three player game)
- 10. What is China’s long –term pure strategy?
- 11. How transparent is this strategy?
- 12. How does China’s ancient history influence
and drive its national strategies and reform
measures?
- 13. How transformative, innovative, and
accepting of change is China’s government, party
system, and people?
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 Major areas of interest – Potential
takeaways
- Cultural differences
- Dogma differentials
- British, East European, and the West vs East
Asian
• Historical & demographic characterizations
• Governance
• Enterprise
• People
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 Major areas of interest – Potential
takeaways
- Pure strategy gaming (A three player game)
- 14. How do China’s morality, ethics, and rule of
law influence its national strategies and
planning?
- 15. How does China’s exceptionalism and
nationalism play into the Chinese internal and
external gaming strategies?
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 Research design, theory, methods,
implementation, findings, and analysis
 How the research team reached these
discoveries
- Rigorously applied
- Hegelian theory
- Socratic method – eliciting truth by question and
answer
- Other empirical investigative methods applied
• Utilized time-phased bias
• Detailed pattern recognition and coding
• Sustained focus on the central inquiry and relevance
• Maintained a Sino-bias and perspective (not easy)
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 Findings – Inquiry #1
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 How could the economy be used in warfare?
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 Findings – Inquiry #1
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 Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
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 Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities)
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 Findings – Inquiry #1
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 Significant inferences
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 Findings – Inquiry #2
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 How important is the economy as a warfare
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 Findings – Inquiry #2
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 Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
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 Findings – Inquiry #3
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 What makes the economy a game changer?
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 Findings – Inquiry #4
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 How could China’s economy be used as a
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future?
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 What is the impact to the global community?
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 Findings – Inquiry #7
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 What are the perceptional (ideological)
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States?
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 Findings – Inquiry #8
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 Do they form a convergence or divergence
of the respective national interests and
cultures?
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 Findings – Inquiry #9
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 What is the status today of the Chinese and
the United States’ national strategies and
published plans or reforms?
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 Findings – Inquiry #9
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 Findings – Inquiry #9
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 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 3
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 Findings – Inquiry #10
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 What is China’s long-term pure strategy?
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 Findings – Inquiry #10
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 Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
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 Findings – Inquiry #10
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 Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities)
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 Findings – Inquiry #10
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 985/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 1
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 Findings – Inquiry #10
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 995/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 2
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 Findings – Inquiry #10
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 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 3
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 Findings – Inquiry #11
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 How transparent is this strategy?
Defense Intelligence Brief
 Findings – Inquiry #11
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1025/26/2016
 Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
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 Findings – Inquiry #11
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1035/26/2016
 Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities)
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 Findings – Inquiry #11
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1045/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 1
SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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 Findings – Inquiry #11
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1055/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 2
SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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 Findings – Inquiry #11
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1065/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 3
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 Findings – Inquiry #12
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1075/26/2016
 How does China’s ancient history influence
and drive its national strategies and reform
measures?
Defense Intelligence Brief
 Findings – Inquiry #12
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1085/26/2016
 Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
Defense Intelligence Brief
 Findings – Inquiry #12
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1095/26/2016
 Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities)
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 Findings – Inquiry #12
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1105/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 1
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 Findings – Inquiry #12
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1115/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 2
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 Findings – Inquiry #12
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 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 3
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 Findings – Inquiry #13
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 How transformative, innovative, and
accepting of change is China’s government,
party system, and people?
Defense Intelligence Brief
 Findings – Inquiry #13
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 Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
Defense Intelligence Brief
 Findings – Inquiry #13
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1155/26/2016
 Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities)
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 Findings – Inquiry #13
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 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 1
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 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 2
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 Findings – Inquiry #14
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 How do China’s morality, ethics, and rule of
law influence its national strategies and
planning?
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GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1205/26/2016
 Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
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 Findings – Inquiry #14
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 Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities)
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 Findings – Inquiry #14
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1225/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 1
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 Findings – Inquiry #14
GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1235/26/2016
 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 2
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 Findings – Inquiry #15
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 How does China’s exceptionalism and
nationalism play into the Chinese internal
and external gaming strategies?
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 Significant inferences
○ Inference – 1
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Research maintained focus on the fact…
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Defense Intelligence Brief_160511-03

  • 1. 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1
  • 2. In-Country survey and Sino-scholar assessments by: Global Performance Strategies-AG, Inc. and, CRC Research Consultancy Organizational and Educational Research 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 2 Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton Executive Director Patrick D. Huff CEO, Director of Research Programs and Operations Mark Tavera Presentation Coordination and Facilitator
  • 3. Presentation Outline  Topic  Focus  Player’s pure strategies  Predictive(s)  Inquiry  Study parameters  Background SOQ  Research purpose  Relevance  About the presenter  Research purpose  Approach  Presentation design  Limitations  Implementation  Presentation  Directed inquiries  Potential takeaways  Design, theory & methods  Findings  Conclusions  Terms & definitions  Suggested readings  Q & A, Survey 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 8 9 10 22 28 29 30 32 32 33 33 40 41 131 136 137 139
  • 4. Defense Intelligence Brief  Topic - China Impact (2012-2025)  Focus ○ Predict China’s direction and future impact ○ National/Global Interests  Internal  External ○ Environmental factors  Influencers  Drivers 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 4
  • 5. Defense Intelligence Brief  Planning  Reforms  Implementation 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 5  Near-term  Short-term  Long-term  Player’s Pure Strategies
  • 6. Defense Intelligence Brief ○ Predictive  Environmental Factors  Influencers  Drivers  Direction  Probable outcomes  Implications 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 6 ○ Inquiry  Relevancy  Contributors to - - Organization - ROI - Actionable intelligence - Critical knowledge
  • 7. Defense Intelligence Brief ○ Empirical process  Design and evaluation  Theory and methodology  Instruments and techniques  Implementation and re-evaluation ○ Research limitations ○ Data ○ Algorithms 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 7 ○ Interpretatives ○ Findings and analysis ○ Timely modifications ○ Adjustments –  Performance needs  Study parameters
  • 8. Defense Intelligence Brief  Background – Statement of Qualifications ○ Research purpose 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 8 - Investigators - Collaborators - Peer reviewers - Subject matter experts (SMEs) - Contributions - Academic - Scientific research - Unique perspectives - (non-western bias) - Meet or exceed audience expectations - Agency requirements
  • 9. Defense Intelligence Brief  Relevance ○ Group/agency/audience 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 9 - Data - Evidence - Discoveries - Predictive(s) - Probable outcomes - Significance - Power shifts - Future direction - Impact(s)
  • 10. Defense Intelligence Brief  Background ○ About the presenter…  Mr. Huff is a senior level international behavioral scientist, educator, architect, and program assistant director recently retired with service to:  The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers;  The Army Acquisitions Corps;  The Army Material Command; and,  Tasked as a representative to the Assistant Secretary to the Army Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Office (ASAALT) Deputy Commander under the United States Department of Defense; with,  Over 30 years of enlisted and officer service; and,  Extensive civil service as a senior-level agency executive. 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 10 Return to Outline
  • 11. Defense Intelligence Brief 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 11  About the presenter…  After 9-11 he was re-called from retirement under the “special and critical skills needed by the defense department” for return to service with the US Army, upon his 2nd retirement, Mr. Huff  Applied and was accepted as an annuitant for civil- military acquisition programs, returning ultimately to service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • 12. Defense Intelligence Brief  Distinguished service - Tasked to the Assistant Secretary to the Army Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Office (ASAALT) Deputy Cmdr. - Army Contingency “Contracting on the Battlefield” program initiative - Recalled from retirement by special order due to the critical needs of the U.S. Army - Attached to Northern U.S. Cmd., Multi-National Force- Afghanistan - Tasked to ISAF-Special Ops, Khyber Pass Ops. by General Petraeus - Attached to Southern U.S. Cmd., Multi-National Force- Afghanistan - Tasked to Theater Chief of Staff (A-FOR) – Specified force requirements in support of Presidential Executive Order 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 12  About the presenter…
  • 13. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Upon completion of his service, he applied and was accepted into the Pepperdine University Educational Doctorate of Leadership Program (EDOL) pursuing his Ed.D. From day one he was been number one in academic standing. He also consults with private industry and government entities. 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 13
  • 14. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Current Initiatives - Scientific research, learning model development, and publications - Critical national defense and Congressional research - Global research initiatives (pubic-private funded grants) - Collegiate and executive level textbook on the topic of experiential learning and maximizing performance and returns of investment - Design, approach, applied theory and methodologies, identification and development of actionable intelligence that is viewed as critical to top level strategists and senior executives - Identifying emerging trends and changing environments - Contribute organization’s knowledge, decision making processes, and establishment of policy. 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 14
  • 15. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Focus 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 15 - Education - Knowledge based learning - System modeling - Program development - Implementation - Evaluation - Knowledge officer - Change agent - Critical programs leader
  • 16. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Advanced civilian education and credentials - Doctorate of Education, Organizational Leadership, Pepperdine University (Honors), pending May 2017 - Doctorate of Philosophy, Distance Management and Advanced Technologies, University of Phoenix, pending May 2019 - Master of Science, Architecture, Oklahoma University (Honors) 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 16
  • 17. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Civilian and advanced defense education and credentials - Army Logistics Executive Development College (ALEDC- Graduate) - Defense Acquisitions University (DAU), Level 2 Contracting Certification - Defense Acquisitions University (DAU), Level 2 Program Management Certification - Bachelor of Science, Architecture, Oklahoma University (Honors) - Bachelor of Science, Environmental Design, Oklahoma University (Honors) 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 17
  • 18. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Civilian and advanced defense education and credentials - Command and General Staff Officer College, U.S. Army (CGSOC-Graduate), - Bachelor of Science, Journalism & Public Relations (Honors) Majors in Geology, Political Science, Wichita State University 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 18
  • 19. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Leadership certification - Licensed Architect - California Board of Architect Examiners, Oral commissioner - Industrial Manufacturing Research, Development, Acquisitions, Fielding and Disposal, U. S. Army - Level 2 Contracting Certification - Level 2 Program Management Certification - Federal Administration Executive Certification 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 19
  • 20. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Specialties - Professional Designations & Affiliations - Lieutenant Colonel, USAR (Ret), Battalion Cmdr. - Organizational Development, Director of Programs, Publications, Researcher, and Author - Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA) - Army Contracting Agency, Level 2 Contracting Cert. - Department of Defense, Level 2 Program Management Cert. 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 20
  • 21. Defense Intelligence Brief  About the presenter…  Specialties - Board Certified Architect (multi-state) - CAB Exam Review Sub-Committee Leadership - National Assoc. of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) - Calif. Architects Board (CAB) Exam Commissioner - Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC) - PMP - Acquisitions & procurement executive - Education & learning program design and development - Performance assessment, evaluation, program design, implementation, and reassessment - Organizational knowledge officer - Organizational behavior (OB) analyst 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 21
  • 22. Defense Intelligence Brief  Research purpose ○ Academic approach and initiatives - Scholarly research and academic contributions - Closing the gaps in the literature - Critical peer-reviews - Learning and development publications - Huff University – Educational video resources - Multi-variant longitudinal frameworks - factors or categories for emerging trends (Schmieder-Mallette SPELIT Model) - Social - Political - Economic - Legal - Inter-cultural diversity - Technology 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 22
  • 23. Defense Intelligence Brief  Research purpose ○ Unique Perspective - Critical research with unique Sino-perspective - Advanced colligate and executive development insights - Augments country brief intelligence investigations, methodologies, and instruments - Applies Huff’s Globular Nebula Theory - Hierarchical hidden Markov Model (adapted to this studies data as multi-dimensionally connected axons and dendrite - Saldana’s Coding and Decoding for qualitative research - Nash’s Equilibrium – Three Game Theory - Hierarchical hidden Markov Model (HHMH) - adapted to this studies data as multi-dimensionally connected axons and dendrite 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 23
  • 24. Defense Intelligence Brief  Research purpose  Present the evidence ○ An emerging disruptive change, and… ○ Offer an assessment of East Asian and Western disruptive strategies  Divergence  Convergence ○ Offer insight as to China’s future direction and the potential impact to the global community over the next ten years 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 24
  • 25. Defense Intelligence Brief  Research purpose ○ Explore and improve  The process of empirical (scientific) discovery • Increase the understanding and impact of time-phased bias • Increase the understanding and critical nature of pattern coding and recognition • Increase the understanding and critical characteristics of exceptionalism and nationalism while preserving individuality 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 25
  • 26. Defense Intelligence Brief  Research purpose ○ Explore and improve  Improve the process and modeling of relevant knowledge creation - Through • Experiential learning (study abroad programs) • Technical publishing, papers, and presentations to include constructive feedback • Identifying and developing of actionable knowledge of value • Networking with and creating knowledge working groups as developers, survey panelists, peer reviewers, that are centered on critical inquiries 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 26
  • 27. Defense Intelligence Brief  Research purpose ○ Explore and improve  The ability to increase the return on investment (ROI) to the individual investigator (student or learner)  Increase the ROI to the supported organization or executive agency 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 27
  • 28. Defense Intelligence Brief  Approach  Mr. Huff’s work is based on detailed research and the opinions of scholars and subject matter experts within the framework of his core research initiatives. - He presents the facts as they are today. - His work and presentations represent little if any personal bias. - He is largely detached from his research findings and discoveries; remains open to critical input and discovery; and, readily accepts opposing research and supporting data, events, and causalities as contributions to his research, investigations, analysis, and findings. 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 28
  • 29. Defense Intelligence Brief  Presentation Design ○ Specific and implied tasks pertaining to this presentation - Lesson objectives and learning requirements 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 29
  • 30. Defense Intelligence Brief  Limitations  Mr. Huff’s East Asian hemisphere study’s, supporting research, and developmental education learning materials are undertaken with a particular emphasis on the discovery of unique insight into the Sino- culture or worldview as opposed to capturing the data and performing the subsequent analysis from a Western bias. 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 30
  • 31. Defense Intelligence Brief  Limitations  So what does this mean? Why was this approach used? 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 31 - The study is longitudinal - Has a space-time bias - Data sampling is bias by 70 percent - Chinese people surveys - Narratives - Subject matter experts - Scholars - Reduce or eliminate Western bias • Normalcy bias • Ideologies • Dogma • Cultural influencers • Environmental factors • Drivers • Policies
  • 32. Defense Intelligence Brief  Implementation - Based upon the surveys, narratives, and research of over 187 Western, East European, and Asian scholars. - The data and discoveries have been incorporated in Huff’s research, articles, and the publication of his textbook and dissertation.  This Presentation - This presentation focuses on the Sino- perspective in the context of using political and economic factors, financial power and influence, within the present global environment as a “weapon of war.” 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 32 Return to Outline
  • 33. Defense Intelligence Brief  Major areas of interest – Potential takeaways ○ Directed inquiry ○ 15 questions posed/directed by the organization/agency - China’s Approach to Economic Warfield • 1. How could the economy be used in warfare? • 2. How important is the economy as a warfare asset? • 3. What makes the economy a game changer? 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 33
  • 34. Defense Intelligence Brief  Major areas of interest – Potential takeaways - 4. How China’s economy could be used as a strategic warfare asset? • Precious metals vs petro-dollars as the basis of sovereign wealth and international currency • Warfare training differences between the United States and China 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 34
  • 35. Defense Intelligence Brief  Major areas of interest – Potential takeaways - 5. What are examples of China’s economic strategies and tactics that are being employed today vs those possible in the future? - 6. What is the impact to the global community? - East Asia versus Western-bloc ideologies - Intellectual property mercantilism vs unprotected market-based capitalism • How does it affect the U.S. - Current prevailing strengths and weaknesses between China and the United States 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 35
  • 36. Defense Intelligence Brief  Major areas of interest – Potential takeaways - East Asia versus Western-bloc ideologies - 7. What are the perceptional (ideological) differences between China and the United States? - 8. Do they form a convergence or divergence of the respective national interests and cultures? - 9. What is the status today of the Chinese and the United States’ national strategies and published plans or reforms? • China vs the United States – Frameworks for successes and failures • The Chinese ideology and their economy, culture, and global agendas 5/26/2016 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 36
  • 37. Defense Intelligence Brief  Major areas of interest – Potential takeaways - Pure gaming strategies (A three player game) - 10. What is China’s long –term pure strategy? - 11. How transparent is this strategy? - 12. How does China’s ancient history influence and drive its national strategies and reform measures? - 13. How transformative, innovative, and accepting of change is China’s government, party system, and people? GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 375/26/2016
  • 38. Defense Intelligence Brief  Major areas of interest – Potential takeaways - Cultural differences - Dogma differentials - British, East European, and the West vs East Asian • Historical & demographic characterizations • Governance • Enterprise • People GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 385/26/2016
  • 39. Defense Intelligence Brief  Major areas of interest – Potential takeaways - Pure strategy gaming (A three player game) - 14. How do China’s morality, ethics, and rule of law influence its national strategies and planning? - 15. How does China’s exceptionalism and nationalism play into the Chinese internal and external gaming strategies? GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 395/26/2016
  • 40. Defense Intelligence Brief  Research design, theory, methods, implementation, findings, and analysis  How the research team reached these discoveries - Rigorously applied - Hegelian theory - Socratic method – eliciting truth by question and answer - Other empirical investigative methods applied • Utilized time-phased bias • Detailed pattern recognition and coding • Sustained focus on the central inquiry and relevance • Maintained a Sino-bias and perspective (not easy) GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 405/26/2016 Return to Outline
  • 41. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #1 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 415/26/2016  How could the economy be used in warfare?
  • 42. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #1 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 425/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 43. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #1 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 435/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 44. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #1 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 445/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 1 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 47. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #2 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 475/26/2016  How important is the economy as a warfare asset?
  • 48. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #2 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 485/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 49. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #2 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 495/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 50. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #2 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 505/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 1 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 53. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #3 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 535/26/2016  What makes the economy a game changer?
  • 54. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #3 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 545/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 55. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #3 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 555/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 56. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #3 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 565/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 1 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 57. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #3 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 575/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 2 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 59. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #4 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 595/26/2016  How could China’s economy be used as a strategic warfare asset?
  • 60. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #4 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 605/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 61. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #4 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 615/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 62. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #4 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 625/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 1 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 63. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #4 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 635/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 2 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 65. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #5 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 655/26/2016  What are examples of China’s economic strategies and tactics that are being employed today vs. those possible in the future?
  • 66. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #5 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 665/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 67. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #5 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 675/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 68. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #5 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 685/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 1 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 69. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #5 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 695/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 2 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 71. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #6 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 715/26/2016  What is the impact to the global community?
  • 72. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #6 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 725/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 73. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #6 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 735/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 74. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #6 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 745/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 1 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 77. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #7 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 775/26/2016  What are the perceptional (ideological) differences between China and the United States?
  • 78. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #7 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 785/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 79. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #7 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 795/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 80. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #7 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 805/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 1 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 83. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #8 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 835/26/2016  Do they form a convergence or divergence of the respective national interests and cultures?
  • 84. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #8 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 845/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 89. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #9 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 895/26/2016  What is the status today of the Chinese and the United States’ national strategies and published plans or reforms?
  • 90. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #9 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 905/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 95. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #10 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 955/26/2016  What is China’s long-term pure strategy?
  • 96. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #10 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 965/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 97. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #10 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 975/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 101. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #11 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1015/26/2016  How transparent is this strategy?
  • 102. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #11 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1025/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 107. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #12 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1075/26/2016  How does China’s ancient history influence and drive its national strategies and reform measures?
  • 108. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #12 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1085/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
  • 109. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #12 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1095/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 113. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #13 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1135/26/2016  How transformative, innovative, and accepting of change is China’s government, party system, and people?
  • 114. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #13 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1145/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research)
  • 115. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #13 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1155/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 119. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #14 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1195/26/2016  How do China’s morality, ethics, and rule of law influence its national strategies and planning?
  • 120. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #14 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1205/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 121. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #14 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1215/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 2 (Externalities) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
  • 122. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #14 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1225/26/2016  Significant inferences ○ Inference – 1 SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 125. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #15 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1255/26/2016  How does China’s exceptionalism and nationalism play into the Chinese internal and external gaming strategies?
  • 126. Defense Intelligence Brief  Findings – Inquiry #15 GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1265/26/2016  Supporting Evidence – 1 (Original research) SEE LINKED INFORMATION
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  • 138. Defense Intelligence Brief GPS-AG, Inc. (Copyright protected) 1385/26/2016 Research maintained focus on the fact… You can’t walk in the same river twice
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