China's Air-Power Puzzle

Newmyer, Jacqueline A.
June 2003
Policy Review;Jun/Jul2003, Issue 119, p71
Academic Journal
Focuses on the importance of improving the air force of China. Defense budget of China; Comparison of China's air force with that of the U.S.; Efforts of China's military academies to address air-power related themes; Statement issued by author Dong Wenxian on improving China's air force capabilities.


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