Chinese Nuclear Proliferation: How Global Politics Is Transforming China's Weapons Buildup and Modernization

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Notes

Introduction

1. bbc News, “China’s New Party Chief Xi Jinping’s Speech,” November 15, 2012.

2. “U.S. Should Seek Nuke Talks with China, Congressional Report Says,” Global Security Newswire, November 14, 2012, http://www.nti.rsvp1.com /gsn/article/chinese-nuclear-threat-will-grow-if-it-acquires-ballistic-missile -subs-report/?mgh=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nti.org&mgf=1.

3. Glosny, Twomey, and Jacobs, U.S.-China Strategic Dialogue Phase VIII, 6.

4. Kate Hudson, “UK: Vertical Proliferation in Context,” Global Abolition Briefings, April 2004, http://www.cnduk.org/information/briefings/global -abolition-briefings/389-vertical-proliferation.

5. For studies on nuclear acquisition and dismantlement see Lavoy, “Nuclear Myths”; Sagan, “Why Do States Build”; Campbell, Einhorn, and Reiss, Nuclear Tipping Point; Babbage, “White Elephants”; Singh and Way, “Correlates of Nuclear Proliferation”; Jo and Gartzke, “Determinants of Nuclear Weapons Proliferation”; Solingen, Nuclear Logics; Reiss, Bridled Ambition; and Levite, “Never Say Never.” Exceptions include Narang, “Posturing for Peace”; Narang, “What Does It Take”; Narang, Nuclear Strategy; and Gartzke and Kroenig, “Nuclear Posture.”

6. Albright, “India and Pakistan’s Nuclear Arms Race.”

7. Cabestan, “China’s Foreign Policy”; Sun, “China’s Nuclear Strategy.”

8. For a more detailed description of involved players and their interactions see Hansell and Potter, Engaging China and Russia.

9. “Hu against Arbitrary Decision-Making in Party,” Xinhua, October 15, 2007.


1. A Typology of Nuclear Strategies

1. Johnston, “China’s New ‘Old Thinking,’” 10, 19.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - A Typology of Nuclear Strategies 11
  • 2 - Force Structure Variance 44
  • 3 - China’s Nuclear Strategy 58
  • 4 - The Influence of America 91
  • 5 - The Influence of Regional Powers 107
  • 6 - The Influence of Prestige 127
  • Conclusion 136
  • Notes 149
  • Bibliography 165
  • Index 173
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