May 19, 2011 ... China has no intention to match US military power, a top Chinese ... a long way in
recent years, a gaping gap between you and us remains.".
Oct 1, 2013 ... Simply put: China does not need to match America symmetrically, only to defend
... planners are focused on projecting power globally — two very different
missions. ... The US-China Perception Gap in the South China Sea.
Aug 24, 2011 ... China made impressive gains last year in its military buildup that ... “is steadily
closing the technological gap with modern armed forces.” By the end of this
decade, China will be able to project military power and sustain a ...
Notwithstanding the gap between estimates of Chinese defense spending and ....
above, China would have to spend a great deal more to match U.S. defense ...
In terms of OVERALL combat capability, the Indian army is no match to PLA, and
it's not even ... Therefore, in the current condition, it is perceivable that the gap
between China and India in terms of weapon technology will get even wider ...
India has joined the Nuclear Power's elite club which previously included USA,
Jun 7, 2013 ... This “soft power deficit” could prove a real headache for the new ... steps towards
democratization – and matching these words to deeds.
Dec 4, 2014 ... The U.S. Air Force's air power superiority over China is rapidly ... with F/A 18's
and F15's, but there is no way that FC-31 matches our stealth.
Aug 13, 2015 ... Just as the economic gap between China and the U.S. is narrowing – and ...
power parity (PPP), already has swung in China's favor—the military gap ... to
spend 20 percent or more of its GDP to match U.S. military spending, ...
Dec 20, 2012 ... The Chinese government is rapidly building a bigger, more sophisticated military.
... ahead of any rival's, but the Chinese have begun to close the gap. ... new
technologies than by racing to match American sea and air power.
Firstly wars are not only won by numbers or techs, there are a lot of other factors
involved, and ... India, on the other hand, has the second fastest growing
economy but with a large fiscal deficit and zero cyber war capabilities. ... internal
problems that both China and India needs to address to become a true super