Bipolarity, Proxy Wars, and the Rise of China

In the new Strategic Studies Quarterly from the U.S. Air Force Air University: “Bipolarity, Proxy Wars, and the Rise of China,” by Lieutenant. Colonel Mark Yeisley, USAF. Colonel Yeisley is an assistant professor at the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies at Maxwell Air Force Base.

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One thought on “Bipolarity, Proxy Wars, and the Rise of China

  1. I would argue that the threat of proxy wars in Asia are becoming far more likely with the increasingly vigorous dance of the two APAC giants, China and America. Neither would want to attack each other directly, but there are plenty of fault lines in the region to exploit if either country wanted.

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