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Patterns in China's Use of Force: Evidence from History and Doctrinal Writings (Project Air Force)

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    Available in PDF Format | Patterns in China's Use of Force: Evidence from History and Doctrinal Writings (Project Air Force).pdf | English
    Mark Burles (Contributor)
The People's Republic of China has often used force in ways that surprised and perplexed other countries. The Chinese appear to believe that, by carefully designing military operations to achieve maximum political effect, they can successfully use force even when the overall military balace is unfavorable. China's past successes in using force in this way while avoiding a massive reaction from its adversaries may give it confidence that it can succeed in the future as well.
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  • PDF | 122 pages
  • Mark Burles (Contributor)
  • Rand Publishing (13 Mar. 2000)
  • English
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