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This book examines the extent, nature, and political implications of professionalization in the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA). From Muskets To Missiles. This book examines the extent, nature, and political implications of professionalization in the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA). It provides a description and evaluation of the military, political, economic, and social context within which PLA officers have functioned since the civil war. Table of contents. Military Professionalism. WithHarlan W.
Westview Press, 1982. xxiv, 322 pp. Notes, Bibliography, Appendix, Index. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Asian Studies.
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JENCKS, HARLAN W. (Author) WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES ON CHINA AND EAST . Party and army professionalism and political control in the Chinese Officer Corps, 1949-1964. (Author) WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES ON CHINA AND EAST ASIA (Author) Westview Press (Publisher). The Chinese military system an organizational study of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. Canadian brass the making of a professional army, 1860-1939. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.
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It examines the PLA's willingness to support the continued rule of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and to obey directives from top party leaders, the PLA's influence on the selection of China's top civilian leaders, and the PLA's ability to shape the domestic political environment. Professionalism and Politics in the Chinese Armed Forces: A Reconceptualization.
In 1993, he retired from the . Army Reserve (Special Forces) with the rank of colonel. He has published extensively on international security issues related to China and the Far East.