Great Power Competition: How Lockheed Martin Challenges Antitrust Regulators to Boost Business

“The threat outside against potentially United States is growing… and when we look at the national defense strategy, it reorients itself and reorients our defense enterprise toward great power competition and it’s something you cannot just sit still and watch go by,” says Lockheed Martin CEO James Taiclet.

We know that great power competition between China and the United States threatens to ramp up a trade war between the world’s largest economies and undermines our efforts to combat climate chaos.

But it looks like the largest weapons manufacturer in America may stand to gain from fanning the flames of a brewing Cold War. Lockheed Martin is leveraging the narrative to boost business.