Some Chinese analysts see the Japanese defense project presented Wednesday is a form of threat to the interests of China. Draft Guidelines for National Defense Program describes Japan’s military policy in the next decade and suggests that Japan would deepen his intelligence management, early warning and monitoring activity of the sea and airspace. Chinese analysts wield as its main argument the final draft of the national security strategy released Wednesday, according to China Daily. The Japanese defense project involves countermeasures against what it calls “China’s attempts to forcibly change the status quo” in the East China Sea, according to the project summary issued by the Japanese news agency Jiji Press. Lu Yaodong, director of the department of Japanese diplomacy at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said the strategy includes “containing China” as a core mission of the National Security Council of Japan. Draft Guidelines for National Defense Program describes Japan’s military policy in the next decade and suggests that Japan would deepen his intelligence management, early warning and monitoring activity of the sea and airspace. The plan outlined in this document means, among other things, review the export ban self-imposed arms for the country, a fact which, according to ‘Bloomberg’, shows that “Japan will try to make your competitive defense industry worldwide” . The annual defense budget of Japan rose sharply this year, after a decade of decline. Tokyo plans to form an amphibious group with the aim of recovering the remote islands in case of an invasion, and also plans to acquire surveillance aircraft and unmanned aircraft deploy a unit of E-2C early warning in Naha base in southwestern Japan.