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Neoclassical realism and the underdevelopment of China's nuclear doctrine

Author: Paolo Rosa
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book addresses the under-researched discourse of the evolution of Chinese nuclear posture, and in particular, explains the absence from this evolution of a coherent and well-defined operational  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paolo Rosa
ISBN: 9783319786407 3319786407
OCLC Number: 1030993333
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Contents: Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction: Competing Explanations for the Underdevelopment of China's Nuclear Doctrine; Abstract; 1.1 The Underdevelopment of China's Nuclear Doctrine; 1.2 "Existential Deterrence" and Minimum Means of Reprisal; 1.3 Traditional Strategic Culture and the Art of Ambiguity; 1.4 Maoist Military Thought and the Downplaying of Military Technology; 1.5 Organization of the Book; References; Chapter 2 A Neoclassical Realist Approach to Military Doctrines; Abstract; 2.1 Military Doctrine and Nuclear Doctrine 2.2 International Source of Military Doctrine: The "Balance of Power" Model2.3 Domestic Sources of Military Doctrine (1): The Organizational Model; 2.4 Domestic Sources of Military Doctrine (2): Strategic Cultures; 2.5 A Neoclassical Realist Framework of China's Nuclear Doctrine Formation; References; Chapter 3 China's Nuclear Programme: Origins and Progress; Abstract; 3.1 Mao and the Bomb; 3.2 The Development of the Programme; 3.3 The Doctrine of "No-First-Use"; References; Chapter 4 Nuclear Doctrine as a Continuation of Factional Politics by Other Means, 1964-1971; Abstract 4.1 The International Situation: The Indochina War, the Soviet Threat and the 1969 Military Clashes4.2 The Domestic Environment: "Politics in Command"; 4.3 The Strategic Debate During the Cultural Revolution: Factions and Foreign Policy Attitudes; 4.4 The Impact on Nuclear Doctrine: The Lack of Operational Concepts; References; Chapter 5 Elite Stability and Nuclear Doctrine Formulation, 1978-1989; Abstract; 5.1 The International Situation: The Vietnam "Lesson", The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan, and the SDI; 5.2 The Domestic Environment: Deng, Elite Stability and Military Modernization 5.3 The Strategic Debate: People's War Under Modern Conditions5.4 The Impact on Nuclear Doctrine: Considering Limited Nuclear War-Fighting Options; References; Chapter 6 Conclusions; Abstract; References; References; Index
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