sovereignty, Russia still continued on with the Soviet?? power structure, which included strategic rocket forces, Air Defense Forces, army, navy, and air f??orces, constituting five armed services.Moscow has transformed its power structure into three milit??ary services and three arms of services. Russian space forces have built up several divisions that ??would be placed into other armed services units. The Russian power structure is designated as land ??forces, navy, air forces, and strategic rocket troops, three services of airborne troops and two ar??med services.Meanwhile along the vigorous game of virtual battle space, the US has upgraded its cyb??er command to a separate unit, running parallel to the other strategic commands. Cyberspace is deem??ed the 7th war zone of the US. The US regards virtual space as a battlefield, and preparing forces ??for virtual space field operations.The US may become the first country to start a virtual war. Addi??tionally, China is promoting military reforms. The Chinese army has formed a new theater of war, ar??my command and strategic support units.These adjustments adopted in many countries are designed to ??allow the military to run a new power structure, reflecting the necessity for military reform after?? the Cold WarX
taries are transforming from focusing on combat forces to boosting combat capabi??lity quality via structural changes.The military forces combat capacity will improve dramatically a??nd become an indisputable reality. After settlement of structural adjustments, the "unit" functions?? will have new changes. The network power of the US will make the world cyberspace as its virtual b??attlefield, regardless of cyberspace at home and abroad, meaning all will become a US fighting spac??e. Compared with internal security forces, the functions of Russian "National Guard" will present n??ew changes. Putin can use the National Guard as both anti-terrorism forces at home and abroad. The ??National Guard could become a major operations team of anti-terrorism outside of Russia. China's st??rategic support will maintain national interests from a number of strategic levels. The adjustments?? have become a major means of upgrading combat effectiveness, resulting in formation changes of mil??itary power. The military reform may go mainstream for many military units all over the world in th??e future. Han Xudong, professor, Strategic Teaching and Research Department, National Defense Un??iversity ( The opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect the1
dress ??the incompatibility of policies with the new era, new mis??sions and new institutions. Xi spoke of the need to focu??s on reform targets, stay confident and determined, and r??ise to challenges in the reform. He also stressed the co??mplexity of the reform of military policies and instituti??ons and the need to take a holistic approach. Xi said is??sues to be prioritized include those concerning combat pr??eparedness of the armed forces, key points of operation o??f the system, as well as those concerning the benefits of?? officers and soldiers. Xi said the reform of military p??olicies and institutions requires the emancipation of the?? mind. It is necessary to get rid of all outdated mental??ities and acts and stay true to reality in the reform, he?? said. Xi also stressed the need to study major issues, ??find the problems, carry out reforms and make proper asse??ssments. Describing it a task shared by the armed forces?? and the civilian sector, Xi called for concerted efforts?? to carry out the reform of military policies and institu??tions.BEIJING, March 12 (Xinhua) -- President Xi Jinping Mon??day stressed practical efforts to further deepen mili??tary-civilian integration to provide impetus and supp??ort for realizing the Chinese dream and the goc
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b??uild a strong military. Chinese President Xi Jinpi??ng, also general secretary of the Communist Party of ??China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Cen??tral Military Commission, speaks when attending a ple??nary meeting of the delegation of People's Liberation?? Army and armed police at the ongoing session of the ??13th National People's Congress in Beijing, capital o??f China, March 12, 2018. (Xinhua/Li Gang) Xi, also g??eneral secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC??) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Milit??ary Commission, made the remarks when attending a ple??nary meeting of the delegation of People's Liberation?? Army (PLA) and armed police at the ongoing session o??f the 13th National People's Congress, the national l??egislature. "Implementing the strategy of military-c??ivilian integration is a prerequisite for building in??tegrated national strategies and strategic capabiliti??es and for realizing the Party's goal of building a s??trong military in the new era," Xi said. He called f??or efforts to promote military development featuring ??higher quality, efficiency, and scientific and techno??logical levels. Highlighting coordinated sci-tech in??novation in key areas between the military and civili?