What Is behind the Changes in China’s Military Expenditures?
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The key to deciphering China’s military strategy and intent is to analyze the patterns and trends in military expenditures. It is important to fathom whether the Chinese plan is to develop a military that is personnel centric or whether they will build a military that is technology centric and expect to see significant reductions or reduced accelerations in the number of personnel that are employed. Understanding changes in personnel expenditures is one element in understanding the dynamics of China’s military decision making.
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