Post Tagged with: "China"

Army seeks way forward | USAF QDR | China’s air force

Happy AUSA Week! As you head off to the year’s biggest domestic land-warfare convention, don’t miss Paul McCleary’s article about the Army’s attempt to find its way post-Iraq, post-Afghanistan. McCleary talked with …

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Pivot falters | Instant classic | Afghan milestone

Asia Pivot Watch: The Atlantic wants to know: “Are We Pivoting to Africa Rather Than Asia?” Meanwhile, Reuters writes, “As Obama’s Asia ‘pivot’ falters, China steps into the gap.”

Mark Stout calls …

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Back to ‘Back to Reality’ | Redefining just war | Turkey’s Chinese defenses

Proceedings has a thoughtful response to “Back to Reality: Why Land Power Trumps in the National Rebalance Toward Asia” (AFJ, May 2013).

At the new Just Security site, David Luban argues that …

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China copying drones | Afghanistan command shift | Tech vs. men

The onslaught of cyber attacks out of China isn’t new, but it seems the targets are becoming more focused.  A coordinated effort to steal design data on US drones has been in …

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Sino-U.S. space | SCMR frames choices | NSA locks down

The Stimson Center’s Michael Krepon introduces a collection of essays about ways the U.S. and China will cooperate and collide in space. (Defense One)

Here’s a quick piece by Frank Hoffman: the …

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