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|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Mulvenon; David Finkelstein; China. Zhongguo ren min jie fang jun.
|Notes:||"In July 2002, the world's leading experts on the Chinese military met in Washington, DC to assess the emerging revolution in Chinese military doctrine development. The resulting volume is landmark study, comprehensively dissecting cutting-edge Chinese-language sources on campaign-level doctrine. It should be of interest to any analyst, policymaker, or warfighter who seeks to understand the future trajectory of the Chinese People's Liberation Army" -- Cover.|
|Description:||xvi, 381 p. ; 28 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Thinking about the PLA's "revolution in doctrinal affairs" --
2. Joint operations: developing a new paradigm --
3. The evolution of China's military strategy: comparing the 1987 and 1999 editions of Zhanlüexue --
4. Zhanyixue and joint campaigns --
5. China's evolving nuclear calculus: modernization and doctrinal debate --
6. Implementing PLA second artillery doctrinal reforms --
7. The Chinese joint aerospace campaign: strategy, doctrine, and force modernization --
8. Coercive contradictions: Zhanyixue, PLA doctrine, and Taiwan scenarios --
9. The Chinese vision of space military operations --
10. Keynote speaker General Donn A. Starry remarks.
|Other Titles:||Emerging trends in the operational art of the Chinese People's Liberation Army.|
|Responsibility:||edited by James Mulvenon and David Finkelstein.|