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Military Insider: Chinese General - Military No Match for US Military Insider
16 May 2011
Chinese General: Military No Match for US

Chinese General: Military No Match for US
"I can tell you that China does not have the capability to challenge the United States," Gen. Chen Bingde said, adding that China's wealth and military strength pales in comparison with that of the U.S. Read More


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