[eBook] China's Techno-Warriors: National Security and Strategic Competition from the Nuclear to the Information AgeAuthor Evan Feigenbaum – Replica-watches.co

[eBook] China's Techno-Warriors: National Security and Strategic Competition from the Nuclear to the Information AgeAuthor Evan Feigenbaum – Replica-watches.co



8 thoughts on “China's Techno-Warriors: National Security and Strategic Competition from the Nuclear to the Information Age

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    Pretty dry account of China s national defense policy since the Korean War For decades civilian industries were made to serve the military, with expectations that technology spillover will boost civilian technology sectors This obsession with self reliance has led to stagnation and costly prestige SSBN, ICBM and Comsat programs, alienating the civilian agricultural factions The opposite proved difficult for the leadership and therein lies the paradox If you want to build your own modern army to defend your isolation, you have to develop relations abroad and allow potentially disruptive technology transfers in It wasn t until the 863 programs with the blessings of Deng , that the tech model was flipped Profitable and creativity inspiring civilian IT and bio tech spin offs will make off the shelf, dual use products that benefit the military.


In The Spring Of , The Father Of China S Strategic Missile Program, Qian Xuesen, Told Colleagues That China Must Steel Itself For A Century Of Sustained Intellectual Warfare His Use Of A Military Metaphor Was Not A Linguistic Quirk, But Reflected The Central Role Of The Military In China S Emergence As A Modern State, Especially In The Period Since The Establishment Of The People S Republic Of China InOver The Course Of The Communist Era, A Uniquely Military Approach To China S Development Became Embedded In The Ideologies Of The Country S Political Leadership, In Policy Choices About National Security And Economic Development, And In The Organizational Solutions Adopted To Put These Policies Into PracticeThis Book Tells The Story Of How And Why The Chinese Military Came To Play Such A Powerful Role In China S Economic And Institutional Development It Weaves Together Four Stories Chinese Views Of Technology Since , The Role Of The Military In China S Political And Economic Life, The Evolution Of Open And Flexible Conceptions Of Public Management In China, And The Technological Dimensions Of The Rise Of Chinese PowerBut The Book Primarily Explores And Explains A Paradox This Military Approach To Technology And Development Emerged During China S Period Of Greatest External Threat, Yet These Policies And Management Methods Persist Even As China Enjoys Perhaps Its Most Benign Strategic Environment Since The S