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  • China's Liberation Army

    In the recent years China has risen to become one of the largest growing world powers of the developing world. Their massive economy helped them achieve colossal strides in developing and maintaining their intense industrialization of their country. However, in recent events China has shifted some focus away from their economy to their military forces. Building up and modernizing its military might with intent on securing their interests abroad and domestically. In this paper I plan to discuss the modernization of the People’s Liberation Army and how its current military buildup influences South East Asia. The People’s Liberation Army of China was founded on August 1st, 1927 by Mao Zedong of the communist party. The army since its establishment…

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  • Chinese Military Culture Essay

    China 's Military History and Culture Introduction The history of China was shaped by armed conflicts and wars. Especially, China’s military history can be dated back to 2200 BC and divided into the following periods that are before 1911, the period of the Republic of China and the People 's Liberation Army (PLA) (Graff & Higham, 2012). Noteworthy, most of the imperial dynasties in China were established from successful battles. However, the great peasant rebellion and the collapse of the…

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  • Rat Kiley Character Analysis

    In The Things they Carried, By Tim O 'Brien, there are three characters that are greatly changed by the Vietnam War those characters being Rat Kiley the medic, Mary Anne an all American girl and well-educated liberal minded Tim O’Brien. Each character comes to Vietnam in 1968 at the height of the Vietnam War with a level of goodness in their hearts that is instilled in all Americans who have never seen war. After going to war it changes a these people by taking away a piece of that goodness…

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  • Guerilla Tactics And The Siege Of Khe Sanh

    Americans were transformed from the duds into booby traps and mines. However, it was time for a change and the Guerrilla Tactic was introduced. The underground tunnels were far from your traditional tunnels. Not only were these tunnels used to store machinery, nevertheless, it was the base for logistics and headquarters. Once they attacked the enemy, they would retreat into these tunnels and assemble a form of offense. Overall, there were roughly 200 miles of tunnels throughout the village.…

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  • Moderate Antiwar Activism Analysis

    Moderate Antiwar Activist I am writing this letter to throw my weight behind the antiwar activism going on at the university and around the country. It is entrenched in our constitution that it is our basic right to protest and there could be no better time to exercise that right than in the current situation considering the irresponsible move by our government to send troops to Vietnam. Imagine what the world would be like if we all remained silent about these issues of national interest. Ours…

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  • Chinese Military Intelligence

    of thought regarding this practice. One is being able to operate independently give the PLA the ability to make decisions without having to confer with other agencies which allows for a more rapid response. On the other hand, without having an alternate agency working in concert, such as the CIA and the military, the room for error increases due to a lack of checks and balances. Another major different between the Chinese and the United States is the manner in which information is collected.…

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  • China Air Force Research Paper

    Today’s China is different from the past. It already has better army, navy, air force and weapons. For example, in the World War 2 , many countries had their own tank, battleship, aircraft and aircraft carry,but China only could borrow them from another country which already had such advanced technology. In China, they joined the war without any advanced machines. Nowadays, China is different from the rest, they already have their own army, navy and air force. They can make their own tank,…

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  • How Does Kim Jong Un Affect North Korea

    North Korea rarely allow a for foreigners to enter their country with guards surrounding the borders between south and North Korea, trained to shoot at any moment 's notice of someone trying to flee. The protocol isn’t only for someone who 's trying to get into North Korea, but also a North korean trying to flee into the accepting South. Also, there aren’t any air routes that will take someone to North Korea because again they don’t allow for tourist often, but if you do happen to get a tour the…

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  • Japanese Occupation Of Koreans

    The Japanese occupation of Korea remains controversial; for most Koreans it was a time of national subjugation shame and betrayal, political authoritarianism and violence, and profound human suffering (Schoppa 269). Japanese colonizers in Korea operate different technique to make Koreans more like Japanese by forcing them speak Japanese, take away their identity, and help them in the war against western powers. Japanese want to unify all East Asian countries under their empire. But all this…

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  • The Korean War-An Experimental Analysis

    The Korean War, though has been in the dark for a while, had a significant impact on modern warfare and strategy. Allen Millett touches on the historical significance of the Korean War in “Introduction to the Korean War.” The Korean War brought new challenges and strategies for the Americans. This war was a different from some of the others that America has been involved in. This was what Millett describes as a “People’s War of revolutionary national liberation.” This conflict was surrounded…

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