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The Maritime Silk Road and the PLA: Part Two

By April 3, 2015June 9th, 2021No Comments

Following on his previous piece examining the various strategic and other motivations behind China’s desire for an increased military presence west of Singapore and laying out China’s basic purpose in building up a military presence and supporting bases along the Maritime Silk Road, this continuation assesses exactly what constraints China will face in achieving these objectives, examining these constraints and make broad predictions for China’s future.

To read more, see: https://jamestown.org/program/the-maritime-silk-road-and-the-pla-part-two/

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