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China as Peer Competitor? : Trends in Nuclear Weapons, Space, and Information Warfare

By Lieutenant Colonel Kathryn L. Gauthier, USAF

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Reproduction Date: 10/16/2012

Title: China as Peer Competitor? : Trends in Nuclear Weapons, Space, and Information Warfare  
Author: Lieutenant Colonel Kathryn L. Gauthier, USAF
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Technology, China
Collections: United States, Labor Economics, Authors Community, Technology, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Law
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Publisher: Air University Press
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In China as Peer Competitor? Trends in Nuclear Weapons, Space, and Information Warfare Lt Col Kathryn L. Gauthier analyzes the potential for China to emerge as a peer competitor of the United States in the coming decades. First, she examines two traditional pillars of national strength— China’s status as a nuclear weapons state and as a space power. Second, she then explores China’s growing focus on information warfare (IW) as a means to wage asymmetric warfare against a technologically advanced adversary. Third, the author carefully examines the status of the three programs, highlights areas of concern and potential conflict with the United States, and analyzes the implications of these issues for the United States.

 
 



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