China’s Power and its first carrier Shi Lang (ex-Varyag)

http://chinesemilitaryreview.blogspot.com/2011/10/artist-impression-of-chinese-shi-lang.html

http://chinesemilitaryreview.blogspot.com/2012/02/type-052b-guangzhou-class-wuhan-169.html

“…Though the statements limit themselves to the desire to rebalance U.S. deployments to project more force in Asia and the Pacific, it appears that concern over possible loss of the currently unchallenged U.S. dominance of the Pacific is greater than any possible offensive threat from China. The Chinese modernization appears to be most notable for its anti-ship weapons — those that could limit U.S. use of force in the South and East China seas.”

http://www.scribillare.com/the-chinese-naval-modernization/

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