TITLE

Boom Booming

AUTHOR(S)
Engelmann, Larry; Rowan, Roy
PUB. DATE
June 1994
SOURCE
New Republic;6/6/94, Vol. 210 Issue 23, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Exposes the threat posed by the booming Chinese weapons industry to international security as of 1994. Revenue generated by the Chinese army from weapons sale since 1985; List of sophisticated combat equipment cloned by China; Lack of enthusiasm by the Chinese government in supporting international arms-reduction agreements; Aim of the yi jian shuang diao strategy employed by China against its enemies.
ACCESSION #
9406067513

 

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