China aims to transition from “passively adapting to war to actively designing how a war is fought”. Photo: Reuters China aims to transition from “passively adapting to war to actively designing how a war is fought”. Photo: Reuters
China aims to transition from “passively adapting to war to actively designing how a war is fought”. Photo: Reuters

As China’s military confidence grows, it’s now looking to ‘design’ how war is fought

  • Official publication highlights strategic shift to become more proactive in seeking to shape military events
  • That could push neighbours and the US to try to counterbalance its moves and prepare for a ‘pre-war period’, analysts say

Topic |   China’s military
China aims to transition from “passively adapting to war to actively designing how a war is fought”. Photo: Reuters China aims to transition from “passively adapting to war to actively designing how a war is fought”. Photo: Reuters
China aims to transition from “passively adapting to war to actively designing how a war is fought”. Photo: Reuters
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