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Primer on Sociopolitical and Military Developments in China-Indo China-South China Sea

This compilation of works consists mainly of articles from Military Review, publications authored by the Combat Studies Institute, monographs from students at the Command and General Staff College, and selected works from other sources for which we have permission to reproduce.

The Army University Press invites readers to submit for publishing consideration articles to Military Review or longer works to the Combat Studies Institute on issues related to China-Indo China-South China Sea. Guidelines for submission are on the Army University Press website at http://www.armyupress.army.mil/Publish-With-Us/.

   

Army U Press Content

Geoeconomics

Geoeconomics

Col. John F. Troxell, U.S. Army, Retired

The author offers a detailed discourse on the importance of geoeconomics, specifically as it applies to competition between China and the United States, based on a review of War by Other Means: Geoeconomics and Statecraft by Robert D. Blackwill and Jennifer M. Harris

Published in the January-February 2018 Edition of Military Review, p 4.

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Compelling Reasons for the Expansion of Chinese Military Forces

Compelling Reasons for the Expansion of Chinese Military Forces

Lt. Cmdr. Cindy Hurst, U.S. Navy, Retired

The changing international arena is forcing China to rethink its strategies. The author discusses why that country sees its increasing use of its military overseas as a necessity to protect its citizens and business interests.

Published in the Nov-Dec 2017 Edition of Military Review, p 28.

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China's Electronic Strategies

China's Electronic Strategies

Lt. Col. Timothy L. Thomas, U.S. Army, Retired

The Chinese believe that superior strategies can help overcome technological deficiencies. A comparable equivalent to this theoretical development in military art would be a Russian virtual operational maneuver group of electron forces, or a US air-land electron battle group.

Published in the May-June 2001 Edition of Military Review, p 47.

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Military Developments in the South China Sea Basin

Military Developments

in the South China Sea Basin

Colonel John B. Haseman, US Army

In this strategically important area, during a time of continued tensions, the countries of the region have mken advantage of relative stability and economic prosperity and development to improve the professional character of their own armed forces.

Published in the February 1993 Edition of Military Review, p 55.

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China’s “Total Strategy” A Soviet Critique

China’s “Total Strategy” A Soviet Critique

From The Reporter - Raymond L. Garthoff

This article was reprinted from the original, publiehed in THE REPORTER,19 May 1966, under the title, “A Soviet Critique of China’e ‘Total Strategy.’” Copyrighted © 1966 by The Reporter Magazine Company.

Published in the November 1966 Edition of Military Review, p 12.

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