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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Panther Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2009 at 06:42
Originally posted by drgonzaga drgonzaga wrote:

Crystal Balls, anyone? I'm having a sale on my latest shipment from Canton!


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Leonidas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Dec 2009 at 13:08
Originally posted by Carcharodon Carcharodon wrote:

Originally posted by Constantine XI Constantine XI wrote:


Can you tell me what especially revolutionary and important changes are scheduled to take place in Chinese naval infrastructure in the next two years?


New planes, new ships, new missiles, bombs, new smarter electronics, the whole Chinese defence is in a process of modernizing.
yeah but not in two years. They seem to have one Russian aircraft carrier being refurbished but even if that was finished in two years it wont change the balance. They themselves know these things take time, the aircraft carrier is just a lesson in how to make many more on their own - that's the real target.  Even they know its going to be the subs and asymmetric weapons /methods that win wars, even if they can make the big trophy weapons its not going to give them the seas quickly. So the trophy toys are simply a part of a bigger plan. They may have started making destroyers that look like their aegis equipped US counterparts but that doesn't mean they are as good in the detail, certainly at the first attempt.

The Chinese along term thinkers and the Navy build up will take time and in stages. What we are seeing is the ground work not the final act.

On earlier posts Japan spends allot on defense weapons, they never created a capacity to strike (back) or truly industrialised their defence industry. They are a sitting duck with a strong-ish defence force  but cant wage a war beyond their territory and they have a aging population.
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China's global impact was inhibited by china and lack of glass, if Stephen Fry was accurate on Qi the other night.
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China's rise puts pressure on the global status quo. Instead of focusing on the negative impact of this rise, one should look at how other regions can rise and bring about a multi-polar world instead of a tri-polar world with US-EU-China as centers of power. Many here already know the solutions that I have proposed, others who have not, can find them in this thread:

http://www.allempires.net/forum/historical-continuity-large-systems-and-future_topic125023_page1.html

For China's worried rich and semi-rich neighbors such as Japan and S Korea, and for the West, it will be wise to put efforts and resources to strengthen and expedite nascent regional groups such as:

ASEAN, SAARC, CAU (5 stans+Mongolia)

and leverage the population and market in these regions to counter the over arching Chinese influence in more vulnerable Africa and Latin America. It will not hurt to strengthen the regional groups in the remaining regions as well, as only the weak and lonely fall victim to a wooing suitor, such as today's China in a business suit and teeth baring friendly smile (deception is a prized and preferred technique promoted by Sun Tzu) bringing goodies for the elite and the masses in the form of bribes and friendship bridges, highways and ports, which fasten the resource extraction.





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