Bibliography
English translations for titles of the Chinese journals most often used:
Jianchuan zhishi (Naval and merchant ships)
Liaowang (Outlook)
Guangjiaojing (Wide angle magazine)
Junshi jingji yanjiu (The research of military economics)
Haijun zazhi (The navy)
Zhongguo junshi kexue (Chinese military science)
Junshi xueshu (The study of military science)

Ahrat Ehsan, "'Chinese prove to be attentive students of information warfare'", Jane's Intelligence Review, October 1997

Allen Kenneth, Krumel, Glenn and Pollack, Jonathan, China's Air Force Enters the 21st Century, Santa Monica: RAND, 1995

Ashton William, "'Chinese bases in Burma--fact or fiction?'", Jane's Intelligence Review, vol. 7, no. 2, 1997

Bai Keming, "'Zhongguo haijun de weilai fazhan'" (The future development of the PLA Navy), Jianchuan zhishi, no. 12, 1988

Ball Desmond, Signals Intelligence in the Post-Cold War Era: Developments in the Asia-Pacific Region, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1993

----- "'The post-Cold War maritime strategic environment in East Asia'", in Dick (ed.), Maritime Power in the China Seas: Capabilities and Rationale, Canberra: Australian Defence Studies Centre, Australian Defence Force Academy, 1994

----- "'Signals intelligence in China'", Jane's Intelligence Review, vol. 7, no. 8, 1997

Bao Zhongxing, "'Jianshe tianjun guoxiang'" (The initial design for the creation of a space force), in PLA NDU (ed.), Jundui xiandaihua jianshe de sikao, Beijing: PLA NDU Press, 1988

Bernstein Richard and Munro, Ross, The Coming Conflict with China, New York: Knopf, 1997

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  • The Armed Forces of Asia i
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Tables, Figures and Maps viii
  • Preface ix
  • Glossary of Acronyms xi
  • Introduction xv
  • 1 - Embracing Revolution in Military Affairs 1
  • 2 - Positioning the Pla for a 21st-Century War 28
  • 3 - In Search of High-Tech Military Power 56
  • 4 - Sharpening the Nuclear Sword 85
  • 5 - The Build-Up of an Offensive Air Force 118
  • 6 - The Ambition for a Bluewater Navy 160
  • The Pla and Regional Security 201
  • Conclusion 227
  • Notes 238
  • Bibliography 262
  • Index 282
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