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For China, the Cold War never ended.
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Timperlake, a former Marine fighter pilot and Triplett, a former Republican counsel to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, characterize the Chinese government as a brutal, expansionist regime that has targeted America and its democratic allies with the most modern weapons of mass destruction. They also mention, in this election year, that the Clinton-Gore administration helped the Communists achieve their military ambitions and received campaign contributions from them. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780895262585
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc., An Eagle Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 10/28/1999
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 271
  • Product dimensions: 6.29 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.96 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2001

    Americans ignore this subject at their peril!

    This is not a book to be dismissed lightly. After thirty years of studying diplomatic history I have learned to take very seriously the insights of competent journalists. They have often proved, in all too unfortunate applications of hindsight, to have had understanding that scholars and policy-makers alike have ignored to their detriment. Properly cultivated, they make excellent sources of political intelligence. Such I believe to be the case with Messrs. Timperlake and Triplett, as well as their colleague, Bill Gertz, when it comes to the geopolitical challenges with which the People¿s Republic of China presents the United States at the beginning of the 21st century. They accurately describe a ruling junta of PLA officers who regard with equanimity the blood on their own hands and who consistently maintain an aggressive posture toward China¿s neighbors ¿ a body of men who have made clear over half a century their determination to establish Chinese hegemony over the Asian continent and the Western Pacific. The behavior detailed in the book is completely consistent with Chinese traditional approaches to making war. The authors have done a significant service by presenting a relatively detailed yet ¿ more importantly ¿ comprehensive layman¿s treatment of China¿s recent advances in weaponry and information warfare. The picture they draw is disturbing and accurate. The one flaw that I find is that they fail to note that China¿s occupation of the Spratly Islands and their probes against the Southern Ryukyus not only put them strategically across the economic lifelines of Japan; they also nicely flank Taiwan to the south and to the northeast. Given China¿s growing array of sophisticated anti-ship capabilities, Chinese positions in these islands make fleet operations by the United States Navy in support of Taiwan rather more problematical than heretofore. And there can be no doubt in the mind of anyone watching the Western Pacific that the conquest of Taiwan is the foremost item on the PLA agenda.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2001

    What women

    The women in this book are incredible. Never has a book captured the fragrant sexual mist of the Chinese woman.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2001

    Poor book

    This book is written from an overly militaristic perspective. While certainly some of have an interest in creating another Cold War, Chinese history, both ancient and recent, demonstrates that China is not, and will not ever be an expansionist aggresor. Tibet and Taiwan are issues that linger from China's consolidation of imperialist fragmentation and civil war, not from any great desire for global domination. Moreover, the fundamental premise of the Cold War, as articulated by Kennen, a history of expansion and desire for global domination is absent in the case of China. Of course there are challenges with China. There is even the chance of conflict. But conflict is not inevitable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2000

    Interesting facts about our sitting administration

    Considering the activities of the Chinese and their sales of WMD's to terrorist nations, I wonder why President Clinton didn't act when he could have. I find national security to be the most imnportant issue today...It has been compromised.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2000

    Red Dragon Rising

    This book gave a real indepth veiw of China, and how they work according to their own rules. It is amazing how a country can have such a mind frame to create these weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and have no problem selling them to these third world entities. Lybia, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, North Korea, all countries that would love to push that button in an instant if provoked, These countries have no idea of what the repercussions would be haven they take that step.Why so, do we have a President that has invited these kind of KILLERS to the White House. MONEY is the only answer. A country that has murdured its own people to keep the principles of old. I have so much more to say about this book and OUR so called President, someone that is supposed to lead us to a brighter day and protect us from the outside. One day Clintons actions will come back on us and we are not going to like it.

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