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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
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
No Oil for the Lamps of China
Abstract : The ubiquitous Made in China stickers and labels on consumer products remind us daily of China's incredible economic rise. The world is accustomed to this powerful phenomenon and seems toExpand
Revisiting Taiwan's Defense Strategy
Abstract : This article has five principal parts. The first summarizes the history and rationale of the 2001 U.S. arms offer to Taiwan and explains why the weapons sales proposed are unsuited to theExpand
Damn the Torpedoes: Debating Possible U.S. Navy Losses in a Taiwan Scenario
Even though my earlier work on China-Taiwan-U.S. military scenarios is the target of much of their criticism, it is good to see scholars of the stature and ability of Lyle Goldstein and WilliamExpand
Chinese Evaluations of the U.S. Navy Submarine Force
Abstract : This article examines Chinese views of the American submarine force. As that submarine force constitutes one of the most vital elements of Washington's overall strategy for establishingExpand
Silent Killers: Submarines and Underwater Warfare
Superpower: Its Genesis and Future
Diesel Submarine Adversaries, Potent or Impotent?
Abstract : The fundamental idea that the dIesel submarines of potential enemies probably do not constitute a significant threat to the operational commander conducting operations. From the Sea isExpand