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The Goal: Overhauling China’s Military Strategy

  • Solomon M. Karmel
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Abstract

People’s War” is dead, and “People’s War under Modern Conditions” is an essentially misleading and meaningless appellation for China’s struggle toward very new strategic directions. Yet the emphasis is on the word “struggle.” China’s leadership is burning a Maoist bridge behind it without a secure replacement.

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