|Chinese Aerospace Power: Evolving Maritime Roles|
|Thursday, 18 August 2011 15:20|
Edited by: ANDREW S. ERICKSON and LYLE J. GOLDSTEIN
Publisher: The Naval Institute Press
From Baird Maritime
Behind all the belligerent nonsense that appears in the general media it is reassuring to learn that there is genuine Sino-American co-operation in certain aspects of defence.
This enormously valuable and very up-to-date work is a Joint Publication of the China Maritime Studies Institute and the Naval Institute Press, an encouraging indication of considerable co-operation.
Stretching to more than 500 pages and incorporating carefully researched and considered essays from some 37 experts, both Chinese and American, the book provides a very comprehensive analytical overview of the rapid development of the aerospace functions of the PLA Navy.
Politicians, military officers, journalists, naval architects, ship builders, ship owners and even businessmen who have any connection with or concern for China would be well advised to buy and carefully study this book.
Ordering information:The Naval Institute Press Annapolis, USA Web: www.nip.org
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