The Pentagon’s 2010 China Military Power report, that is. Though I had been waiting for this release for some time, I had a busy day today and haven’t had a chance to read much beyond the executive summary, but here are a few links to keep you busy for a while:
Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China 2010, http://www.defense.gov/pubs/pdfs/2010_CMPR_Final.pdf (PDF, 83 pages)
Accompanying Armed Forces Press Service story – “Report Says Chinese Military Transparency Still Lacking”
The Wall Street Journal – “U.S. Sounds Alarm at China’s Military Buildup”
The New York Times – “Pentagon Cites Concerns in China Military Growth”
The Washington Post – “Economic powerhouse China focuses on its military might”
I plan to write more about the report once I’ve had a chance to get through it a bit further. Since the report is months past its customary release date, I wonder if it will prove to be worth the wait.