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January 2007
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Winter2007, Issue 44, p4
The article presents abstracts of papers relating to military strategy. They include "China's Global Activism: Strategy, Drivers, and Tools" from the Institute for National Strategic Studies, "Southeast Asian Security Challenges: America's Response?," and "China, Russia, and the Balance of Power in Central Asia."


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