Davis, Paulk; Wilson, Petera
October 2011
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2011 4th Quarter, Issue 63, p13
The article analyzes the crisis in the U.S. defense planning. The U.S. military is extremely dependent on both and experiences many serious vulnerabilities as other nations improve their own capabilities in both, and as some nations, such as China. China is now a major power with impressive, highmomentum military developments in addition to its economic accomplishments.


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