China's Military and Space Transformation: Implications for U.S. and Northeast-Asia

  title={China's Military and Space Transformation: Implications for U.S. and Northeast-Asia},
  author={Timothy J. Starke},
Abstract : Current trends indicate that China will have more global impact the next 20 years than any other country. The engine driving China's rise is an economy that appears to grow double-digits annually. The global financial crisis and China's huge cash reserves endow it with front-row seats in world affairs. Chinese leaders wax eloquently about China's peaceful rise as a global power. Yet China's actions around the world tell a much different story - one of unfair trade, piracy… 
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