Bolyatko, Anatoly V.
September 2002
China's Growing Military Power: Perspectives on Security, Ballis;9/1/2002, p81
Book Chapter
Chapter 4 of the book "China's Growing Military Power: Perspectives on Security, Ballistic Missiles, & Conventional Capabilities" is presented. It discusses the military doctrine of China which is founded with the aim of eliminating internal and external threats. It states that China has to be more effective at force projection and defense in the Asia-Pacific region.


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