Growth up the Chinese Navy Forces After 2000

Abstract

Since the beginning of the Third Millennium, China has sought to move towards the ranks of powerful countries at various levels in order to gain a distinct regional position through its unique geopolitical characteristics in East Asia, especially its maritime position, which has a strong motive to develop and promote its military power in order to develop and strengthen its role in the Eastern Continent and to implement a regional policy of a leading nature. A decade later, the Chinese naval force became one of the most important pillars of strength within the military establishment, which is located on large naval fleets that have a role in controlling and monitoring the international shipping lines to secure their sources of energy overseas, which surround it and became an important hub in the region away from the existence of any force with vital interests in this region.