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China’s increasing military power has been in global focus for more than a decade now. The countries on China’s border, especially, Japan, Taiwan, India, and the United States of America consider Chinese military modernization as a threat to the regional security and stability. Besides East Asia and Taiwan which primarily concern the United States, the vast regions of South East Asia, South Asia, South West Asia and Central Asia are crying about the Chinese escalating military power. The West and the countries that borders with China question the Chinese intentions once that country become a big military power. China, however, seeing the ground realities and challenges posed by the U.S. military presence in the region continues to increase its military power.