China's Strategic Seapower

China's Strategic Seapower

China's Strategic Seapower

Using major new documentary sources, the authors tell the story of why and how China built its nuclear submarine flotilla and the impact of that development on the nation's politics, technology, industry, and strategy.

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Publisher : Stanford University Press
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ISBN : 9780804728041
Pages : 393 pages
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