Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Stratfor: Evolving Relationship Between Communist Party And the Army

Too busy at work to do a post yesterday, or this morning, hoping to have some time tonight. Here is a short video on the evolving political enviroment of China and its military.  Unlike the US were our army is beholden, at least in idea, to the nation or the government.  The army in China is expressly the property and tool of the party.  However, this may be beginning to change.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing that.

    This just goes to show that even in the most rigid authoritarian regimes, there will still be disorder and uncertainty. But instead of it being in the streets, it's in a far more dangerous place; inside the halls of power.


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