CHINA STRATEGY, AUTHOR: DAVID RAFAEL SANCHEZ GOMEZ, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ARMY COLONEL (DEM)

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In the Dominican daily ... view at least one business called "pica-pollo Chinese" ... served by very foreign workers’ Eastern origin, ... is almost de rigueur in the flow of life of an individual, walk by urban environments anywhere in the country, you can see the scene of the daily tasks of the well-known business "fast food".
The Chinese community, which are used to seeing ... reveals a culture of circumspection dedicated to the work and traditions, characterized by the joint efforts by the community. If my analysis in this case was directed to subcultures or multiculturalism of Dominican society had a good "soup" as a source; but this time speak Chinese is not everyday connotation ... as serious talk of "Chinese Bonao" ... referring to the Chinese community has long marketed in the province, or any other Chinese community, of many ...
But rather, this time ... we will refer to the emergence of a nation as the leading world power in the world. Some refer to this as the "awakening the dragon" (Luis Gonzales, 2010).
We will focus on the ... abstracting global perspective of these everyday experiences that are no different to any of the particular experiences of the surrounding Caribbean and America in general, and since the nineteenth century has seen Chinese migratory waves, sometimes constants and other Intermittent several latitudes of America and in particular in our case to the Caribbean, ... (Bosch, 1969) .... In this way, you can tell ... there is a Chinatown in many city in America, ... and we refer to the source and most populous country in the world, with1,300 million; however this does not mean that we would have the largest diaspora in the world, or the largest number of individuals originating from a country that are scattered on the foreigners.

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CHINA STRATEGY, AUTHOR: DAVID RAFAEL SANCHEZ GOMEZ, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ARMY COLONEL (DEM)

  1. 1. Fundeimes.blogspot.com (FREE TRANSLATION GOOGLE) FOUNDATION FOR DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STRATEGIC STUDIES (FUNDEIMES) ESSAY ENTITLED: CHINA STRATEGY AUTHOR: DAVID R. SANCHEZ GOMEZ DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ARMY COLONEL (DEM) SANTO DOMINGO, DN YEAR 2014
  2. 2. Fundeimes.blogspot.com CLARIFICATION: "OPINIONS CONTAINED IN THIS TEST ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE AUTHOR AND NOT THE INSTITUTION SOLIDARITY WITH THE CONCEPTS NECESSARILY ISSUED ".
  3. 3. Fundeimes.blogspot.com CHINA STRATEGY DAVID SANCHEZ RAFAEL GOMEZ DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ARMY COLONEL (DEM). In the Dominican daily ... view at least one business called "pica-pollo Chinese" ... served by very foreign workers’ Eastern origin, ... is almost de rigueur in the flow of life of an individual, walk by urban environments anywhere in the country, you can see the scene of the daily tasks of the well-known business "fast food". The Chinese community, which are used to seeing ... reveals a culture of circumspection dedicated to the work and traditions, characterized by the joint efforts by the community. If my analysis in this case was directed to subcultures or multiculturalism of Dominican society had a good "soup" as a source; but this time speak Chinese is not everyday connotation ... as serious talk of "Chinese Bonao" ... referring to the Chinese community has long marketed in the province, or any other Chinese community, of many ... But rather, this time ... we will refer to the emergence of a nation as the leading world power in the world. Some refer to this as the "awakening the dragon" (Luis Gonzales, 2010). We will focus on the ... abstracting global perspective of these everyday experiences that are no different to any of the particular experiences of the surrounding Caribbean and America in general, and since the nineteenth century has seen Chinese migratory waves, sometimes constants and other Intermittent several latitudes of America and in particular in our case to the Caribbean, ... (Bosch, 1969) .... In this way, you can tell ... there is a Chinatown in many city in America, ... and we refer to the source and most populous country in the world, with1,300 million; however this does not mean that we would have the largest diaspora in the world, or the largest number of individuals originating from a country that are scattered on the foreigners.
  4. 4. Fundeimes.blogspot.com This term, in principle, was used to signify a single source population scattered in various parts of the world, in the specific case of the Jews before the creation of Israel in 1948. But today the term is widespread, to be used to refer to any population of any nation-state that is scattered in different places abroad. Analyzing the historical discourse of China, is not the first time that becomes Empire (Farrington, 2002), because through five thousand years of history China was in the imperial peak of human civilization under various dynasties, such as the they have perpetuated in power from 202 BC to 220 AD and later the T'ang Dynasty, from 618 AD to 907 AD reaching to be the most powerful empire on earth, with the Emperor Xuangzong in 712-56 AD In this nation we owe inventions, philosophical criteria, and especially his great contributions to the Strategy. One can say without fear of missing the copyright Strategy is a Chinese invention. We can say that according to the Royal Academy of Language, ... Strategy comes (from lat. STRATEGIA, and this Greek στρατηγία). Y is defined as: 1. F. Art directing military operations. Two. F. Art, trace to run a business. Three. F. Mat. Adjustable In a process, set of rules that ensure an optimal decision at all times. The father of modern military strategy Carl von Clausewitz , defined it as "the employment of battles to get to the war." Establishing the priority policy objectives before military objectives. A West is owed the emergence of philosophy, science and especially in Europe, as shown by the Talasografia (Cosandey, 2007) science that seeks to demonstrate that the geographic locations provide conditions conducive to produce special qualities or individuals in the humans and their culture. That is, Europe is Europe and China is China, ... but warning that we are under a cloak of universality, ... i.e. one human civilization or general culture formed from multiple cultures as serious referenced in the coke Civilizations Samuel Huntington (1997).
  5. 5. Fundeimes.blogspot.com While Europe resurfaced since Greek times, in a revival (XV century), remained in medieval China, ... and occidentals strokes could catch up with what happened while ... their cultural traditions, Eastern philosophy, his dynastic governments , ... prevented progressive display next to the West. The technique in China remains in its culture, and transferred to the West through cultural and commercial exchange that lasted for several centuries. But his most prized invention strategy. Remains buried over time until they discovered the writings of Sun Tzu, and Sun Bin (Art of War I and II, with 2000 years old) and 36 Chinese Strategies. This does not mean that such cultural exchanges have not transcended geographically, some knowledge about the strategy to the west. The Western strategy comes from the Greek, but in turn comes from the exchange between the ancient cultures of Mesopotamia, Egyptian, and Asian, and reemerges from traveling merchants and adventurers, and as more formal, ... in the Silk Road (112 BC to 100 AD), from Europe to China. West has excelled in strategy from characters like Xenophon, Cyrus, Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Julius Caesar, Atilas, Machiavelli, Frederick II of Prussia, Napoleon, Jomini, Carl von Clausewitz , Bismark, among others ... But we must admit that five thousand years of Chinese strategic culture, weighed into the strategic thinking of all mankind. The advantage of the West always confined to the technological, ... and today, thanks to several Globalization’s, there is only one strategic conceptualization belonging to a single universal criterion, ... to a single human civilization. Two domestic destinations are in similar purposes. U.S. of America, young nation, which arises hardly 200 years (American independence 1776), now emerging with its hegemonic intentions mundials the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, standing as the winner after participating in a first and Second World War (1939-1945), and deep into the Cold War with the other winner of the 2nd. World War ... the Soviet Union, which is overcome in this race, primarily through an economic strategy, expressed his defeat first with the fall of the Berlin Wall (1989) and second with the disintegration of the Soviet Union (1991 ).
  6. 6. Fundeimes.blogspot.com The other ... has a long history in the region hegemonic, but kept closed, was also closed to the progress of mankind, and that West had taken as part of his standard, with the development of democratic values (Revolution French in 1789). The Qing Dynasty ruled China until the early twentieth century, and since then China faces a very series of changes that led to a revolution against the government of General Chiang Kai-Shek, led by Mao Tse Tung, who triumphs becoming one of the great strategists of the twentieth century and humanity to implement, the ancient precepts of strategy, ... the end result was the founding of Communist China Popular in the continental area and a pro-western China on the island Formosa (1949), today called on day Taiwan, where General Chaing Kai- shek fled. After several internal reforms, among them, the so-called Cultural Revolution, Chinese society is emerging in the ways of education and planning, leaders ... make it a competitive nation, confined to capitalist expansion and opening to be giving today by now the largest creditor of the U.S. deficit. A few words (Brzezinski, 1997), the U.S. should take to Europe as a bridgehead to take Euroasia, and so everyone can master the theory of Mackinder's Heartland. Thus throughout the Asian influence local area. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the U.S. became a hegemonic nation universally, with a projection of at least twenty years of champions, this due to its powerful currency, its multinational capital, institutional framework, its democratic values and especially its industry based on its military-political strategy. Some think that the U.S. itself has allowed and encouraged the creation of another great antagonist or just another enemy, as stated in the book Huntington Us (2004) ... this is so because the idea that the U.S. needs to create their enemies to strengthen their hegemonic and strategic positions around the world, i.e., that helping China to become its biggest rival, share global responsibilities, achieve geographically distribute the hegemonic influence around the globe, keeping China dominated While this would influence throughout Asia. But what if the Chinese think is different and are not intended to influence locally, if not globally.
  7. 7. Fundeimes.blogspot.com The hegemonic pretensions of both poles are remarkable and talk strategy can refine specific elements of both strategic thinking, ... the U.S. and China, highlighting strategies with different characteristics. The Chinese strategic thinking and its Armed Forces Speaking of strategy is almost obligatory to refer to the cultural thought of ancient China and has remained to this day. The so-called military stratagems, as models or pieces of well reported teaching strategies were part of their leaders until today (manual People's Liberation Army, 1997), when the officer of rigor know them and study. Here episodes on military campaigns, military tactics, between two enemy camps, converted into relatively short stories that tell how to defeat the enemy or opponent through cunning, deceit, and wisdom in an environment of broad common sense or pragmatism are presented. For China, is part of his intellect, to think strategically and can contact in their literature (Chinese Poems, 2000, Art of War I and II, with the Tao Te Ching, 650 BC The 36 strategies), ... and also military treaties in normal use in military schools, in fact ... China Military Encyclopedia (1997) speaks only his terminology throughout the conception of strategy. In most definitions of strategy you can display a body of theory and another application all under one story that seeks to make a pragmatic education steeped in its own wisdom of Eastern culture. Always using indirect ways to get the win, while emphasizing the ability to snatch victory suddenly. In the ancient past Sun Tzu stands as the father of the science of strategy (Art of War) and Sun Bin (Art of War II), with a century of difference between their rapporteurs. However, a larger strategy of all time what constituted Mao Tse Tung as a strategist and practitioner of this, achieving impressive feats (The March 1949). Norte Americans researchers in the field as analyst Timothy L. Thomas Professor of Eurasian Institute U.S. Army, claiming that the Chinese armed forces have as a compendium of precepts doctrine "Marxist science of war and strategy, based on your current situation by combining their heritage, developing, imitating and innovating "
  8. 8. Fundeimes.blogspot.com So to the Chinese military strategists of their strategy cannot simply Ends, Ways and Means, ... but it is a holistic body dialectically (Hegel) antagonizes to achieve its purposes, all under the feet of the national policy. The yin and yang (negative and positive, united in a harmonious way, ... the Tao) viewing things in an antagonistic environment; but part of a harmonious whole, ... is a conceptualization that underlies the Chinese strategic thinking. Mao Tse Tung defines strategy as "the study of the principles of the war situation as a whole", ... (1936). Currently viewing the Chinese totalitarian strategy includes body: national interests, Fortress war, warfare capability opposition force, international political factors, internal political, geostrategic relations, human geographic features, culture, religion, human capital, intangibles as a national interest .... eg dignity, spiritual ... national objectives. China's strategy also has among its core philosophy as a culture, ... soaking up the ideas of Confucius and Lao Tse to give support to the identity and unity of the nation, which is the mainstay of the national policy. The ploy by the use of the instruments of power China is the key. USA as we have said holds the world leadership today ... its strategic scheme seems simple, laconic and very pragmatic, based on the "Guide to National Security Policy Strategy" ... His strategists take core interests (ends) that are safety , liberal democratic and economic welfare values. Identifying the fundamental national interests and national objectives. Priority focus of interest (currently on its threats and opportunities), by category,. ... The crucial nature, identifying important or peripheral interest purposes as determined goals, concepts such as the mode or form and resources as means. So, the national security interests determine the objectives, to which the national leadership will implement ways and means to achieve them, using the instruments of national power. Today the leading nation of Western culture continue to be the great nation of the United States, provided they remain with it ... A guarantor currency, the ability to support deficits, reliance on creditors (China main), its political framework military and industrial with its national strategy and all these elements will respond to the applicant's responsibility to be the world number one.
  9. 9. Fundeimes.blogspot.com As mentioned for Brezezinki U.S. must control through Eurasian (1997) Europe as a great ally, but others say that without an enemy (Huntington, 2004) strong as China would not be possible by the geographical difficulties and the multiplicity of factors modern, unstable and unsafe for unipolar world. If awakened or aroused only do not know, ... but the Eagle North knows white collar, ... and the great dragon is awake.
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