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Running Head: MILITARY STRENGTH Military strength

 

September 4, 2016 China vs. U.S. as a military power in Asia 2 MILITARY STRENGTH

 

In the current days the US and the Chinese people such as the European great powers, though

 

they trade with each other they do not have trust in each other. Regardless of these two countries

 

having large economies which have been able to shape the global economy they have different

 

and opposing views on the security of many nations and foreign policies issues. It has been seen

 

openly the way Beijing and Washington disagree on how to handle rogue states such as Syria,

 

Iran and North Korea. The Chinese does not appear to worry about the spreading nuclear

 

weapons and it is also an ally to Pakistan which is a nuclear weapons technology in the

 

world[Hug14]. Additionally, the Chinese government would rather associate itself with

 

dictatorship nations than trusting US and other free states or the free market. Although the US

 

military is a superior force to China?s numerically large forces, the Chinese military keeps on

 

analyzing the American military in order to identify their weaknesses[Hug14]. Furthermore, the

 

Chinese hackers have regularly broke into the US military computers and at the same time China

 

has built an anti-satellite system and anti-ship ballistic missile to counter the strengths of the US

 

in the space as well as a on the high seas[Rob05]. The Chinese and the Americans should

 

therefore work in collaboration to ensure a safer world as they have almost equal strengths in

 

their military power thus upholding the value of human life.

 

Actually no matter how often China has been emphasizing on the idea of a peaceful rise,

 

its pace and the nature of its military modernization without doubt causing alarm. Regardless of

 

America and other muscular European powers are striving to reduce their defense expenditure,

 

China is looking at ensuring that it maintains its past decade?s increases annually of 12%

 

[Gre16]. Moreover, no matter the fact that the Chinese budget being less by a quarter that of US

 

currently the most important feature is that the Chinese generals are more ambitious as compared 3 MILITARY STRENGTH

 

to those of US. Therefore, China is on its course to becoming the world?s largest military spender

 

in the next 20 years to come[Gre16].

 

According to TAIPEI which the latest report that challenges the US military that make

 

US to reconsideration a war with China. Basically the report examination both the US and the

 

Chinese military capabilities by looking at various operational areas and then gives out the

 

?scorecard? for the operational areas at a stage of three years these are 1996, 2003 and 2010

 

[Wil07]. In this regard every scorecard evaluates the possibilities in the contextual geographical

 

area and distance. The report is all about muscle and machine and not political and policy

 

matters whatsoever. Here the objective is all about ?seeing hoe rubber meets with the road?

 

analysis which looks at the capability of China clobbering the Us air bases in the region, turning

 

of the American communication and spy satellites in the space junk, and the sinking of the US

 

airlines with a new anti-ship ballistic missiles. The scorecard format analysis gives a sport like

 

feel of how bad things may go for the US military in a conflict with China[Wil07].

 

The role of the study is to see to it that these two nations come to an arbitration point and

 

be able to stay in peace with each other and not in the existing fear. It is important that these

 

nations work together to ensure that they protect the lives of entire world population by

 

condemning evil activities such the use of nuclear weapons by some nations[Guo05].

 

In this context the scorecard addresses relatively each issue between the US and the

 

Chinese capabilities in a specific operational area:

 

Scorecard 1: the capability of the Chinese to attack the Air Bases

 

As a result of the 1996-97 Taiwan Strait Missile Crisis it is assumed that China would be

 

able to cripple Taiwan?s air bases; therefore with the multi-layered saturated attacks using short- 4 MILITARY STRENGTH

 

range air-to-air missiles. Although, in the modern world this now involves Kaneda Air Bases on

 

Okinawa.

 

Penetration of the US into the Chinese Airspace

 

The Chinese defense advances have made it quite difficult to operate in or near the

 

Chinese airspace. For example, in 1996 China?s surface-to ? systems that were majorly used

 

were those of the older Russian systems. In the year 2010, China had deployed roughly over 200

 

launches for ?double digits surface to air (SAM)? this had very complicated seekers that ranged

 

up to 200km. basically the analysis reveals that that there was a net gain for China form the year

 

1996 to 2015 which is accompanied with integrated air defense systems. Unfortunately, in a

 

Spratly island scenario that is far from the mainland of China, the US ability to penetrate targets

 

is much more robust when it comes the usage of stealth aircraft with very small knowledge.

 

US possibility of attacking the Chinese Air Bases.

 

Regardless of penetrating Chinese airspace being more dangerous, the American

 

development of the America-made precisions, this provides the US American-made decisions

 

options and the greater punch in the scenario of Taiwan.

 

Scorecard 3: Us and Chinese Cyber warfare capabilities

 

Form the early 1990s China?s cyber units have been in operation and are close related to

 

Chinese military. On the other hand, US has been victim that has suffered from serious attacks.

 

According to the report it reveals that the US ?may not be able to fare on poorly in cyber domain

 

abasing the assumption? in the time of war. With the US Cyber command working very closely

 

with the National Security Agency is likely to draw heavy and sophisticated toolkit. Despite the

 

US upper hand during the wartime it is true that both will ?nevertheless face significant 5 MILITARY STRENGTH

 

surprises? and that the US logistical efforts may be particularly vulnerable as thy only rely upon

 

unclassified networks on the internet.

 

Scorecard 4: China and US strategic Nuclear Stability

 

The scorecard analyses the survival ways through which their second nuclear strike

 

capabilities in the face of the first strike. The Chinese state has been able to improve its nuclear

 

forces steadily towards the end of the 20th century with the introduction of new ballistic

 

intercontinental missiles.

 

Scorecard 5: Us penetration of the Chinese airspace

 

With the continuous advances that have been developed it has made it quite challenging

 

for any operation to take place near the Chinese airspace. An analysis carried out by the report

 

shows that there has been a net gain for China from its improvement in its integrated air defense

 

systems having the fought generation fighters, and the airborne early warning planes.

 

Conversely, in the Spratly Island scene which is far from the mainland China, the US is more

 

robust in targeting the ability penetration because of its use of stealth aircraft and a smaller target

 

set.

 

Scorecard 6: Chinese Counterpace Capability Vs US space Systems

 

China has been able to test three kinetic anti-satellite missile from 2007 at low earth

 

orbits, additionally the Chinese also operates laser-ranging stations which may be able to dazzle

 

the US satellites in order to enable tracking any form of attack. Actually the report has found that

 

threats to US communication satellites in the form of jamming and imaging systems that are

 

within the low earth orbits are severe. There are therefore arguments that send a lot of 6 MILITARY STRENGTH

 

?worrisome? whereby the China?s Russian-made jamming systems and the high-powered dual use

 

radio transmitters are likely to be used against the US ISR and communication satellites.

 

It is true that the reason as to why china is not at good terms with US is because of the

 

loss in confidence in the dollar which has been the dominant currency in the international trade.

 

This was noticed by foreign countries and the most vocal were Russia and China; this led to

 

China in 2010 in the China Daily reporting that ?China and Russia??. Intent to renounce the

 

US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for their bilateral trade.? This led to the

 

formation of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, China, and South Africa) forming up their own

 

development bank and a currency service pool in their first and concrete step towards reshaping

 

the Western-dominated international financial system this in accordance to the Reuters

 

report[See15].

 

Conclusion

 

Basically it is true that when the US and the Chines forces constantly remain on the

 

current trails, Asia is likely to witness a progressively retreating frontier of the dominance of US.

 

The Chinese forces will possibly be able to establish a temporary local air and a naval superiority

 

with the onset of a conflict however, this is likely to enable China not to achieve its limited

 

objectives without defeating the US forces.

 

Recommendations

 

Having looked at the various operation areas of the scorecards it will be wiser if the US

 

will have to work towards shaping the Chinese leader?s misperceptions which they believe that

 

the US military strength is weakening the region by emphasizing that there are severe risks of

 

involving the US military forces. Accordingly, the US military should work towards ensuring 7 MILITARY STRENGTH

 

that is cuts the rapid cuts in the legacy to fighter forces by lowering the emphasis on the big

 

airline carriers. Additionally, there should be an expansion in the expansion in the politicalmilitary relations with the regional nations[Guo05]. Moreover, when it comes to the procurement

 

priorities should be emphasized on the base redundancy and survivability, crafty survivable

 

fighters and bombers, improving the submarines and the anti-submarine warfare capabilities and

 

the counterpace program. 8 MILITARY STRENGTH References

 

Keller, W. W., & Rawski, . G. (2007). China?s Rise and the Balance of Influence in Asia. London:

 

University of Pittsburgh Press.

 

Kennedy, G., & Pant, . V. (2016). Assessing Maritime Power in the Asia-Pacific: The Impact of

 

American ... California: Routledge.

 

Liebert, H., Griswold, ., & III, . W. (2014). Thinking beyond Boundaries: Transnational

 

Challenges to U.S. Foreign Policy. Ontario: JHU Press.

 

Liu, G. (2005). Chinese Foreign Policy in Transition. Los Angeles : Transaction Publishers.

 

Sutter, R. G. (2005). China's Rise in Asia: Promises and Perils. New York: Rowman &

 

Littlefield Publishers. .

 

Tan, S. S. (2015). Multilateral Asian Security Architecture: Non-ASEAN Stakeholders.

 

California: Routledge. 9 MILITARY STRENGTH

 


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