2 edition of Chinese views of future warfare found in the catalog.
Chinese views of future warfare
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Michael Pillsbury, editor.|
|LC Classifications||UA835 .C453 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||l, 421 p. :|
|Number of Pages||421|
|LC Control Number||98040459|
Unrestricted Warfare, by Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui (Beijing: PLA Literature and Arts Publishing House, February ) [FBIS Editor's Note: The following selections are taken from "Unrestricted Warfare," a book published in China in February which proposes tactics for developing countries, inFile Size: KB. In , two Chinese colonels wrote a book called Unrestricted Warfare, about warfare in the age of globalization. Their main argument: Warfare in the modern world will no longer be primarily a struggle defined by military means — or even involve the military at all. They were about a decade and a half before their time.
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On it rests the stability of East Asia, and it represents the most significant challenge to the effectiveness of U.S.
foreign policy, Yet far too little is known about China, and in particular how the Chinese military think about the future/5(4). Chinese Views of Future Warfare. An introduction to the works of authoritative & innovative Chinese authors whose writings focus on the future of the Chinese military.
These carefully selected, representative essays make Chinese military thinking more accessible to western readers.4/5. "Chinese Views of Future Warfare," edited by Michael Pillsbury is a somewhat dated compendium of writings by military authors and strategists from the People's Republic of China.
Even so, the book is a rare and important collection of thought on national military strategy and operational art. The book's most relevant section, given China's anti-missile test (January ) and burgeoning economy (now 4/5(1). Chinese Views of Future Warfare First Edition by Michael Pillsbury (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Michael Pillsbury Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(4). Chinese Views of Future Warfare Paperback – Import, by Michael Pillsbury (Author)Cited by: Chinese Views of Future Warfare PART ONE: The Strategic Thought of Deng Xiaoping DENG XIAOPING'S STRATEGIC THOUGHT.
Senior Colonel Peng Guangqian. Deng Xiaoping's strategic thought constitutes a scientific system with rich content. Under the leadership of the Communist Party of China, the Chinese people fought wars bravely, one after another, for several decades, finally winning victory in the new democratic revolution and ending the humiliating history of being helplessly trampled by others for more than a century since the Opium War.
The Chinese people attained national independence, unification of China and people's democracy, thus initiating a new epoch of socialism in China. MANAGING CHINA'S FUTURE SECURITY CRISES Captain Zheng Jian.
PART THREE: MODERNIZING FOR LOCAL WAR DEFENSE MODERNIZATION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE General Liu Huaqing. FUTURE LOGISTICS MODERNIZATION General Fu Quanyou. CHINA'S STRATEGIC NUCLEAR WEAPONS Major General Yang Huan. NUCLEAR SHADOWS ON HIGH-TECH WARFARE. A sobering and fascinating study on war in the modern era, Unrestricted Warfare carefully explores strategies that militarily and politically disadvantaged nations might take in order to successfully attack a geopolitical super-power like the United States.
American military doctrine is typically led by technology; a new class of weapon or vehicle is developed, which allows or /5(). MANAGING CHINA'S FUTURE SECURITY CRISES. Captain Zheng Jian.
National Defense Security Crisis (NDSC) is a kind of tense political-military situation caused by external or combined internal and external hostile actions, which can endanger the national security and can even potentially lead to war.
It is a special form of conflict among countries. Chinese Views of Future Warfare 出版社: University Press of the Pacific 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: 豆瓣评分. Irrespective of the reasons the authors wrote the book for (propaganda being one), this takes a close look at how China possibly viewed the Gulf War (and also the ongoing one).
The renewed emphasis on how the political and military divide has broken personally always made a lot of sense to me/5. The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from the Late Spring and Autumn Period (roughly 5th century BC). The work, which is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu ("Master Sun", also spelled Sunzi), is composed of 13 chapters.
Each one is devoted to an aspect of warfare and how it applies to military strategy and : (trad.) Sun Tzu. In –, Pillsbury published research reports and two books on China's view of future warfare. According to the Wall Street Journal inPillsbury's findings were added to the reports the Secretary of Defense sent to Congress on Chinese military power in –Born: Michael Paul Pillsbury, February 8, (age 74).
What Fiction Can Tell You About a Future War With China. War with China doesn’t seem to be something that many in Washington consider a strong Why isn’t this view more common view. REFORM OF CHINA'S DEFENSE INDUSTRY Shun Zhenhuan. Shun Zhenhuan is Senior Researcher at the State Planning Commission.
Structure and Main Problems. China's defense industry system after was basically modeled on the plan in the former Soviet Union. It has been a highly centralized system since the first 5-year plan.
The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has been sensitive to continuous changes in geo-political and geo-strategic contexts, as well as the changing nature of warfare. It has fashioned its responses by evolving appropriate military doctrines and strategies to meet future threats and challenges.
Thus, China’s military doctrine has over the years undergone a transition from people’s. China's War with Japan, The Struggle for Survival by Rana Mitter – review The first full account of China's resistance against Japan restores a. Ghost Fleet (novel) Ghost Fleet is a techno-thriller by P.
Singer and August Cole. Set in the near-future, the book portrays a scenario in which a post-Communist China, assisted by Russia is able to launch a technologically-sophisticated attack against the United States in the Pacific, leading to the occupation of the Hawaiian : P.
Singer, August Cole. Pillsbury is the author of China Debates the Future Security Environment (NDU Press, ) and editor of Chinese Views of Future Warfare (NDU Press, ). Pillsbury was educated at Stanford University (B.A. in History with Honors in Social Thought) and Columbia University (M.A., Ph.D.).
Soon after, the German U-boat became one of the most dangerous weapons in World War I and World War II. Now, a book about a fictional war between the United States, China, and Russia is .All along, Pillsbury writes, China secretly continued to view us as a tyrant, so much so that “starting inChinese textbooks were rewritten to depict the United States as a hegemon that.
The history of China is a history of warfare. Rarely in its 3,year existence has the country not been beset by war, rebellion, or raids. Warfare was a primary source of innovation, social evolution, and material progress in the Legendary Era, Hsia dynasty, and Shang dynasty--indeed, war was the force that formed the first cohesive Chinese empire, setting China on a/5.