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U.S. Army War College : Strategic Studies Institute ; Asia PacificCitation:
The Strategic Studies Institute is the U.S. Army's institute for geostrategic and national security research and analysis. The Strategic Studies Institute conducts strategic research and analysis to support the U.S. Army War College curricula, provides direct analysis for Army and Department of Defense leadership, and serves as a bridge to the wider strategic community.
At SSI, research on the Asia Pacific currently focuses on four central issues. These are: (1) tensions on the Korean Peninsula, (2) managing a rising China, (3) reconfiguring the security architecture of the region as a whole, and (4) addressing various security challenges in South and Southeast Asia.http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/asia-pacific/ more Language: eng English
China's Role in the Stabilization of Afghanistan Citation:
China's recent 3.5 billion dollar contract bid for the Aynak Copper Field in Afghanistan is the single largest foreign investment in Afghanistan to date. Critics contend that China is getting a free-ride on the coat tails of U.S.-coalition stabilization efforts. However, the author argues that any economic stimulus, especially of this magnitude, should be seen as a boon to all parties who have an interest in a stable Afghan economy and government that can maintain its own security.http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pubs/display.cfm?pubID=1006 more Language: eng English
The 'People' in the PLA : Recruitment, Training, and Education in China's MilitaryCitation:
This volume represents the latest in the series published by the Strategic Studies Institute and describes the advances and reforms the PLA has made in its recruitment, officer and NCO training and education, and mobilization. As part of its larger reform effort to modernize and transform its military into a technologically sophisticated force, the PLA has implemented a number of measures aimed at training up a “new-type” officer for its modernized forces—one capable of operating effectively in a technologically advanced “informationalized” environment. This volume sheds light on such important questions as how the PLA’s personnel system is adapting to fulfill the requirements of a military force capable of “winning local wars under informationalized conditions” and how the PLA is cultivating a new generation of officers and what capabilities these new officers will likely possess.http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pubs/display.cfm?pubID=858 more Language: eng English
China-Russia Security Relations : Strategic Parallelism without Partnership or Passion?Citation:
This report argues that, although Chinese-Russian relations have improved along several important dimensions, security cooperation between Beijing and Moscow has remained limited, episodic, and tenuous. [...] Washington must continue to monitor carefully developments in Beijing and Moscow, thus far their fitfully improving ties have not presented a major security challenge to the United States or its allies. Nevertheless, the radical changes in great power relations during the past century—-which also witnessed major transformations in ties between Beijing and Moscow, from allies in the 1950s to armed adversaries in the 1960s—-behooves U.S. Army and other national security planners to anticipate the potential for major discontinuities in Sino-Russian relations.http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pubs/display.cfm?pubID=868 more Language: eng English, eng English
China-ASEAN Relations : Perspectives, Prospects, and Implications for U.S. InterestsCitation:
The author traces the evolution of China-ASEAN relations since the early 1990s and examines some of the key factors that have contributed to the positive developments in bilateral ties. He describes and analyzes how China and ASEAN have managed the territorial disputes through negotiation and compromises; looks at the expanding economic ties between China and ASEAN member states and examines the politico-strategic, as well as economic rationales for establishing a free trade area; and evaluates the emerging yet still limited defense and security ties between the two. He also assesses the implications of the growing China-ASEAN ties for U.S. interests in the regionhttp://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pubs/display.cfm?pubID=735 more Language: eng English
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