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China’s Rising Military Power and Its Implications

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The aim of this paper is to examine the driving forces behind China’s military modernization efforts followed by an assessment of the goals and foci of China’s military modernization at present and in the foreseeable future. The paper concludes with an analysis of the military’s domestic and international implications. [ISDP Asia paper]. URL:[http://www.isdp.eu/images/stories/isdp-main-pdf/2012_jiao_chinas-rising-military-power.pdf].

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  • Jiao Liang, 2012. "China’s Rising Military Power and Its Implications," Working Papers id:4965, eSocialSciences.
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