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20 June 2014

Chinese Navy’s First Participation in RIMPAC Exercise Draws International Attention

Yao Jianing, ed., “Chinese Navy’s First Participation in RIMPAC Exercise Draws International Attention,” China Military Online, 19 June 2014.
BEIJING, June 19 (ChinaMil) — The vessels of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy  to participate in the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2014 multinational military exercise joined the U.S. and Singaporean naval vessels in the northern […]

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15 December 2013

Contradictions in China’s Foreign Policy

Douglas H. Paal, “Contradictions in China’s Foreign Policy,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 13 December 2013.
You may have missed the funeral, but China’s new leadership has quietly buried the admonition of former leader Deng Xiaoping that as China rises in wealth and power it should maintain a low profile (known as taoguang yanghui). In its place, […]

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15 November 2013

Taipei Conference Examines Evolving Chinese Strategic Doctrine

Wendell Minnick, “Taipei Conference Examines Evolving Chinese Strategic Doctrine,” Defense News, 15 November 2013.
TAIPEI — Evaluating changes in Chinese strategic thinking in terms of threat perceptions, doctrine and concepts for employing military power was the theme of an academic conference held here Nov. 14-15.
The Chinese Council on Advanced Policy Studies (CAPS), US National Defense University […]

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