"what kind of logistics support would the Chinese military need for an expanded overseas presence? The report identifies and analyzes six potential logistics models, each with distinct features"
" “China Deploys Nuclear Missiles at Mt. Baekdu,” screamed the headline in the The Chosun Ilbo, ending with a warning from a professor at the Korea National Diplomatic Academy, “If China has deployed DF-21 missiles at Mt. Baekdu, it’s a warning to the military alliance among Seoul, Washington and Tokyo.”
No, no and no. It’s not a deployment, it’s not at Mount Baekdu and it’s not a warning to anyone."
U.S. naval forces are about to release a revised maritime strategy. The last one, in 2007, didn't mention China. Don't bet on that this time around.
"In the nine months to the end of 2014, Japan’s air self-defence force scrambled 744 times, on course to exceed the 12-month record of 944 times set in 1984."
Asia Policy, Number 19 (January 2015), 1-48.
Christopher P. Twomey, Rajesh Basrur, Benjamin Schreer, Noboru Yamaguchi, Kang Choi, P.K. Singh, Aaron L. Friedberg
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