“The United States and China must engage in some deep soul searching. What type of strategic stability does the United States seek with China? Is China a large rogue state whose strategic forces must be neutered by defensive systems, or is it a small Russia where strategic stability is achieved through mutual deterrence?”
China, America, and Missile Defense: Conflicting National Interests
Paul H. B. Godwin recently retired as professor of international affairs at the National War College, Washington, D.C. He has written extensively on Chinese defense and security policies and is currently a nonresident scholar in the Atlantic Council's Asia-Pacific Program.
Paul H. B. Godwin, Evan S. Medeiros; China, America, and Missile Defense: Conflicting National Interests. Current History 1 September 2000; 99 (638): 285–289. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2000.99.638.285
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