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"In the coming five years, our military will push forward preparations for military conflict in every strategic direction," said Liang Guanglie in an interview published by several state-backed newspapers in China.

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Mr Liang's remarks come at a time of increasingly difficult relations between the Chinese and US armed forces which a three-day visit by his counterpart Robert Gates is intended to address.

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China also announced this month that it was preparing to launch its own aircraft carrier next year in a signal that China is determined to punch its weight as a rising superpower.

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China is also working on a "carrier-killing" ballistic missile that could sink US carriers from afar.

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China's annual defence budget is still less than one-sixth of America's $663bn a year, or less than half the US figure when expressed as a percentage of GDP.

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Mr Gates warned that China's new weapons, including its carrier-killing missile, "threaten America's primary way to project power and help allies in the Pacific."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/8229789/China-preparing-for-armed-conflict-in-every-direction.html

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"In the coming five years, our military will push forward preparations for military conflict in every strategic direction," said Liang Guanglie in an interview published by several state-backed newspapers in China.

...

Mr Liang's remarks come at a time of increasingly difficult relations between the Chinese and US armed forces which a three-day visit by his counterpart Robert Gates is intended to address.

...

China also announced this month that it was preparing to launch its own aircraft carrier next year in a signal that China is determined to punch its weight as a rising superpower.

...

China is also working on a "carrier-killing" ballistic missile that could sink US carriers from afar.

...

China's annual defence budget is still less than one-sixth of America's $663bn a year, or less than half the US figure when expressed as a percentage of GDP.

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Mr Gates warned that China's new weapons, including its carrier-killing missile, "threaten America's primary way to project power and help allies in the Pacific."

http://www.telegraph...-direction.html

China is busy closing the technology gap.

We are busy spending/borrowing ourselves into financial oblivion.

You can flip a coin to see if Iraq will be friendly or hostile to us in 5 years.

The US public will certainly tire of occupying afganistan before long.

When we finally decide to pull out of afganistan

China will probably think the time is ripe to make the move on Taiwan.

Will we think Taiwan is worth fighting over?

Osama bin Laden is sitting in Pakistan and we are running around

trying to control Afganistan.

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China is busy closing the technology gap.

We are busy spending/borrowing ourselves into financial oblivion.

You can flip a coin to see if Iraq will be friendly or hostile to us in 5 years.

The US public will certainly tire of occupying afganistan before long.

When we finally decide to pull out of afganistan

China will probably think the time is ripe to make the move on Taiwan.

Will we think Taiwan is worth fighting over?

Osama bin Laden is sitting in Pakistan and we are running around

trying to control Afganistan.

Well you just have it all figured out, don'tcha?

Did you miss your calling at the Pentagon?

What brand are your pants? :star:

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what a joke. stillwell said it 75 years ago, and i said it 5 years ago. china is an "empty check" when it comes to military action.

While I will grant that China lost nearly a million soldiers to our fifty four thousand during the Korean War, a war with China now would be no picnic.


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