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Evaluating Chinese Military Procurement from Russia

By Blasko, Dennis J.

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Title: Evaluating Chinese Military Procurement from Russia  
Author: Blasko, Dennis J.
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Asian literature, Writing.
Collections: e-Asia Digital Library Collection
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Publisher: University of Oregon Libraries; e-Asia Digital Library


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Excerpt: The Chinese military is in the process of a long-term modernization program. Uniformed and civilian leaders have studied recent conflicts, analyzed shortfalls, and identified improvements to be made in doctrine, force structure, and equipment. They are aware of the gap in capabilities between the People?s Liberation Army (P.L.A.) and other militaries, notably the U.S. Armed Forces. Most foreign analysis of the current and potential Chinese military threat emphasizes recent equipment purchases from Russia and what they portend. This article evaluates these acquisitions and compares them to a previous regional threat and arrives at conclusions about the modernization of the Chinese military which differ from those usually found in the media.


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