[South China Morning Post] China Vows Military Reform by 2020, with plans for new anti-corruption watchdog in PLA. 11/27/15
"guidelines indicated Xi’s determination to use the overhaul to achieve his political aims."
"the first permanent presence overseas for China’s military and a sign of the growing reach of its navy...Announcing that China was in talks to build what it called a “logistical facility” in Djibouti, the Foreign Ministry said that the installation would serve to resupply Chinese Navy ships that had been participating in United Nations antipiracy missions in the Gulf of Aden since 2008."
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