Professor Avramov Publishes Report on China’s Rise at Army Cyber Institute

News | March 31, 2022

Kiril Avramov, Asia Policy Faculty Affiliate and Assistant Professor at the Center for Russian, Eastern Europe, and Eurasian Studies, recently published with fellow experts a report on China’s rise to global primacy at the Army Cyber Institute. By using the Threatcasting foresight methodology, the project explores how the People’s Republic of China (PRC) might use information and other soft-power mechanisms to rise as the dominant hegemonic power by 2035. The project thus provides various observations, such as the CCP’s control of narrative to legitimize its form of governance, and policy recommendations to the U.S. and its allies on how to disrupt, mitigate, or recover from these future threats.

Read the full report here.