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Chinese Naval Strategy in the South China Sea: An Abundance of Noise and Smoke, but Little Fire
This survey of official and quasi-official Chinese-language naval literature provides some new insights regarding Beijing’s evolving strategy in the South China Sea. Most importantly — and contraryExpand
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Return to Zhenbao Island: Who Started Shooting and Why it Matters
This research reveals a new consensus among scholars in both Moscow and Beijing that the 1969 Sino-Soviet border crisis was a premeditated act of violence orchestrated by the Chinese side.Expand
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China's Nuclear Force Modernization
Abstract : Relations between Washington and Beijing improved swiftly in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, especially in comparison to the nadir that had been reached during the April 2001 EP-3Expand
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China's Future Nuclear Submarine Force. Insights from Chinese Writings
Abstract : This article will survey the available Chinese writings concerning the PLAN's future nuclear submarine force. Two caveats are in order. First, this article seeks to present the views ofExpand
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Chinese Mine Warfare: A PLA Navy Assassin's Mace Capability (China MaritimeStudy, Number 3)
Abstract : After a lengthy hiatus -- lasting nearly six centuries -- China is reemerging as a maritime power, this time with an emphasis on undersea warfare. Between 1996 and 2006, the Chinese navyExpand
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Time to Think outside the Box: A Proposal to Achieve Denuclearization by Prioritizing the China-DPRK Relationship
(ProQuest: ... denotes non-US-ASCII text omitted.)IntroductionNorth Korea's fourth nuclear test in January 2016 poses a grave threat to Northeast Asia and well beyond. There is obviously the dreadfulExpand
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Undersea Dragons: China's Maturing Submarine Force
Despite new tensions surrounding the March 2004 presidential elections on Taiwan, the United States and the People's Republic of China (PRC) have witnessed over the last two years an impressive andExpand
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China’s Future Nuclear Submarine Force
One of the key issues facing naval strategists and planners is whether China poses a threat. The editors of this hot-topic book - professors and analysts at the U.S. Naval War College and co-foundersExpand
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General John Shalikashvili and the Civil-Military Relations of Peacekeeping
The American officer corps has adopted the post-Cold War peacekeeping mission with considerable reluctance. This reluctance was clearly manifested in the person of General Colin Powell, whoExpand
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Chinese fisheries enforcement: Environmental and strategic implications☆
In almost all of the maritime territorial disputes in East Asia, fisheries questions play a significant role. One need only consider that fishing has been at the heart of serious wrangling among EastExpand
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