The rise of China and India as aerospace powers is a substantial development in the Asian military balance. For decades, the region was dominated by the United States, whose air force controlled the skies. However, China and India have made considerable investments in their air forces in recent years and are now beginning to challenge US dominance.
China’s air force is the largest in Asia and has rapidly modernized in recent years. The Indian air force is also proliferating, and it has achieved some impressive successes in recent years, such as shooting down a Pakistani fighter jet. These developments are changing the balance of power in Asia, and they will likely have a major impact on the region’s politics and security.
The Advantages and Disadvantages of Each Country’s Approach
Every country has a different way of approaching the advantages and disadvantages of their land. For example, some countries have more land, some have more natural resources, and some have more people.
The United States, for example, has a very different approach than Russia. The United States has more land and natural resources so we can afford to be more selective about our land distribution and military use.