One thing can be said with absolute certainty: On both sides, this actual military strength is growing at a slower rate than the rising expenditures would suggest. The reasons are: in China a lack of military human capital, in the USA a culture of baroque weapon construction that is only sustainable when there is no war. Strategy expert Edward Luttwak, whose books are teaching materials in many military academies around the world, analyzes the numbers.
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This is the real fighting power of the superpowers
One thing can be said with absolute certainty: On both sides, this actual military strength is growing at a slower rate than the rising expenditures would suggest.
13 March 2023 Monday 03:43 - 2 reads.
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