A Poverty of Riches: New Challenges and Opportunities in PLA by James C. Mulvenon, Andrew Yang

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6-9, translated in FBIS-CHI, 14 January 1999. 105 Ibid. 106 Zhao Yiping and Wang Jiangqi, “Space Warfare Is Certainly Not Far Off,” Guangming ribao, 28 December 1999, translated in FBIS-CHI, 14 January 2000. ” Xinhua, 27 February 2001. S. Hopes to be First,” Jiefangjun bao, 21 February 2001. ” Xinhua, 27 February 2001. - 29 - the PRC in general, currently fields the technologies required to undertake the space control mission. Instead, space control operations are discussed only in the most general of terms.

18. 134 Part of this contribution by the aerospace sector to national economic development is almost certainly derived from the emphasis upon self-reliance. The Chinese space program has generally not utilized foreign technology or designs (the manned program being a major exception, as noted below). By undertaking research, development, testing, and engineering efforts domestically, the PRC has developed its own cadre of engineers, designers, and industries, as well as approaches to problems, that can be utilized to cope with difficulties in other industries.

31-38. S. Space Combat Theory, Structures, and Responsibilities,” Xiandai bingqi, April 2001, pp. 5-9. 114 Wang Shiuyi, “American Space Forces in the New Century,” Xiandai bingqi, April 2001, pp. 24 115 Zhao Shuanlong, “The Initial Battle is the Decisive Battle, and Preparations for Military Struggle in the New Period,” Jiefangjun bao, 18 August 1998, p. 6, translated in FBIS-CHI-98-257, 14 September 1998. 116 Wang Shiuyi, pp. 2-4. 117 She Wenbing, “Discussion on Satellite Combat,” Zhongguo kongjun, No.

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