In the past few years, China has emerged as a leader in the military and is now the world’s largest military with a total of nearly 50,000 soldiers.
China’s leaders have sought to make their army a force of world-wide influence, and the PLA is increasingly becoming a major player in foreign affairs.
But it is a military that is more than just a force for the Chinese people and its foreign affairs policies.
China is also a superpower, and one that wields immense influence in its neighbors, including the United States.
And its influence is only going to grow.
In this series of articles, we will take a look at the most influential military leaders in China and their relationships with their foreign counterparts.
First, we look at Gen. Hsu Shih-k’o, the PLA’s general secretary, who has been in power since 2011.
“The Chinese military’s main goal is to dominate the world,” Gen. Shih told me during a recent interview in his office.
“It is also the most efficient force to achieve that goal.”
Hsu has overseen the PLA since 2011, and he has overseen a steady expansion of the army’s power.
China has been building up its military infrastructure in the South China Sea, where it has built up a large military base that has become a strategic hub.
China has also been expanding its military presence in the East China Sea and the South and Southeast Asian Subcontinent, which is the heartland of its neighbors.
Since Hsu took over the reins of the PLA in 2012, the Chinese military has expanded to include more than 200 military bases across the country, including at least two military bases in Vietnam, according to the New York Times.
According to the Pentagon, Hsu has built a massive and ambitious network of military facilities in the country that is the largest military in the world.
He also has built China’s largest naval base in Gwadar, Pakistan, which the United Nations has described as the largest naval facility in the Middle East.
The Chinese government has invested $3.6 billion in the base, which was the largest in the Indian Ocean before the United Kingdom decided to build its own base there.
HSU also built the largest air base in the entire world, which has been used to launch air-launched cruise missiles, which can hit targets up to 2,000 miles away.
HSU has also increased the size of China’s military, building an airbase on the island of Hainan, and an airfield on the artificial island of Subi Reef.
But Hsu is also leading the Chinese government’s efforts to modernize the military.
In 2014, the Defense Ministry announced plans to modernise the PLA with more than 2,800 military installations, and they were completed by the end of 2020.
The PLA is also expanding its capabilities with modern weaponry, including tanks and drones.
The United States, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, India, and China have all invested heavily in China’s weapons technology.
China also has developed a growing number of surveillance drones.
While the military’s power has increased, it has also become more secretive.
As we’ve seen in previous series, HSU’s military has grown to include a secret military command center that has grown from an empty shell of a place to a vast facility with more advanced equipment.
The center has grown in power and sophistication, and it now oversees the deployment of an elite group of troops, called the PLA Delta Force.
One of the most secretive and secretive units in the PLA, the Delta Force has a number of secretive, elite personnel, including high-ranking officers, who are known as “ghosts.”
In recent years, the U.S. has been caught up in a series of controversies with the Delta Forces.
The Delta Force is responsible for many of the world-leading drone strikes, including those against al-Qaida, as well as the drone strikes against al Qaeda and Taliban insurgents in Pakistan.
In 2015, the CIA began publishing a list of people who were believed to be working for the Delta Teams, which includes people in high positions within the PLA.
Last year, the White House acknowledged that the Delta Team was the source of the CIA’s information about drone strikes and covert action, saying it had made an error in its assessment.
In a statement, the Obama administration said the list of suspected Delta Team members contained names that should not have been included on the list.
The list included an unspecified number of people from the Chinese Defense Ministry, including two officers from the PLA General Staff, according a report by The Associated Press.
When I asked Hsu if he had any concerns about the Delta Program, he said he was not concerned about the CIA but about the American public.
“If you know about the secret program, then the Americans are aware of it, so the Americans don’t have any problem with it,” Hsu said.