3 edition of Maritime strategies in Asia found in the catalog.
Maritime strategies in Asia
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Jürgen Schwarz, Wilfried A. Herrmann & Hanns-Frank Seller.|
|Contributions||Schwarz, Jürgen, 1936-, Herrmann, Wilfried A., Seller, Hanns-Frank.|
|LC Classifications||VA620 .M375 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 655 p. :|
|Number of Pages||655|
|LC Control Number||2002351409|
Maritime Security Strategy in the Asia-Pacific Region Date: Thursday, Septem Time: AM Location: Room SH, Hart Senate Office Building Open in New Window Open in New Window. Agenda. To receive testimony on maritime security strategy in the Asia . Andrew Erickson. Andrew Erickson is a professor of strategy in the U.S. Naval War College (NWC)’s China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI). He helped to establish CMSI in , and has subsequently played an integral role in its development. Since Erickson has been an associate in research at Harvard’s Fairbank Center.
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Maritime Strategies in Asia [Schwarz, Jurgen, Sellers, Hans Frank] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Maritime Strategies in AsiaCited by: 5. Asian Maritime Strategies explores one of the world's most complex and dangerous maritime arenas. Asia, stretching from the Aleutian Islands to the Persian Gulf, contains the world's busiest trade routes.
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Asian Maritime Strategies explores one of the world's most complex and dangerous maritime arenas. Asia, stretching from the Aleutian Islands to the Persian Gulf, contains the world's busiest trade routes. It is also the scene of numerous maritime territorial disputes, pirate attacks, and terrorist threats.
Asia is headed toward an uncertain and potentially volatile future in the maritime arena. The two rising Asian powers, China and India, dependent as they are on seaborne commerce for their economic well-being, have clearly set their eyes on the high : Hardcover.
About the Author. Kwa Chong Guan is Head of External Programs at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and Co-Chair of Singapore's National Committee of the Council for Security Co-operation in the Asia Pacific.
He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor in Maritime strategies in Asia book History Department Format: Paperback.
maritime policy leads at the same time towards globalization, which involves multilateralism and strategic coexistence of a more pragmatic kind. This research analyses Chinese maritime strategy in the Asia-Pacific by asking: ‘Whither the Chinese maritime strategy in the ever changing Asia-Pacific security.
Maritime strategies in Asia book that end, the Department of Defense has three maritime objectives in the Asia-Pacific region: to safeguard the. freedom of the seas; deter conflict and coercion; and promote adherence to international law and standards.
This monograph urges new thinking about maritime strategy, a strategy compatible Maritime strategies in Asia book the United States’ responsibilities as the leader of the free world, as well as the world’s premier political, Maritime strategies in Asia book, economic, and diplomatic power.
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This book uses contributions by 17 experts to build a comprehensive survey of the maritime issues affecting Asia. It discusses the issues overall, goes on to examine the issues from the perspective of each of 14 key countries, and concludes by assessing the prospects for resolving common problems in order to preserve good order at by: 2.
This volume investigates the nature of threats facing, or perceived as facing, some of the key players involved in Asian maritime politics. The articles in this collection present case studies on Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand, Japan, China, and Southeast Asia as a whole and focus on domestic definitions of threats and conceptualisations of security.
Overview. Combining a close knowledge of Asia and an ability to tap Chinese-language sources with naval combat experience and expertise in sea-power theory, the authors assess how the Maritime strategies in Asia book of Chinese sea power will affect U.S.
maritime strategy in Asia. They argue that China is laying the groundwork for a sustained challenge. The ever-evolving transatlantic relationship between the United States and Europe, the economic influence of China on Europe via initiatives like the One-Belt-One Road framework, and the declining naval power of European navies, all factor into Europe’s support of the maritime order in the Asia-Pacific.
In Asian Maritime Strategies, Cole first surveys the naval strategies and current security concerns of each of the maritime nations of Asia, which.
Based on the premise therefore that the increasing strategic weight of the Asia-Pacific region warrants greater attention from both scholars and practitioners alike, Strategy in Asia: The Past, Present, and Future of Regional Security aims to marry the fields of strategic studies and Asian studies in order to help academics and practitioners to begin addressing these challenges.
The book uses the lenses of /5(6). The book covers China’s major maritime forces beyond core gray-hulled Navy units, with particular focus on China’s second and third sea forces: the “white-hulled” Coast Guard and “blue-hulled” Maritime Militia. “If you are going to read one book about the Chinese military, read this one.” — The Atlantic.
Combining a close knowledge of Asia and an ability to tap Chinese-language sources with naval combat experience and expertise in sea-power theory, the authors assess how the rise of Chinese sea power will affect U.S.
maritime strategy in Asia. This book uses contributions by 17 experts to build a comprehensive survey of the maritime issues affecting Asia. It discusses the issues overall, goes on to examine the issues from the perspective of each of 14 key countries, and concludes by assessing the prospects for resolving common problems in order to preserve good order at : Taylor And Francis.
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Dr Probal Ghosh Dr Probal Ghosh had 25 years commissioned service in the Indian Navy, retiring as a Size: 1MB. The second part highlights the emerging maritime security landscape in East Asia.
The third part describes Obama’s maritime strategy in East Asia. The fourth part highlights its implications and finally, conclusion. Theoretical and Conceptual Framework American grand strategy towards East Asia appears to be a balanced offensive-defensive realism.
Andrew Erickson is a professor of strategy in the U.S. Naval War College (NWC)’s China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI).
He helped to establish CMSI inand has subsequently played an integral role in its development. Since Erickson has been an associate in. This book investigates what the Chinese Dream means for Chinese maritime strategy, all the way from the lofty realm of high purpose down to.
The United States’ New Maritime Strategy: A Quick Look. The document emphatically stresses the need for a fleet of at least ships. By Franz-Stefan Outside the Asia. The new U.S. Asia-Pacific maritime security strategy document begins: Recognizing the growing complexity of the Asia-Pacific region and its maritime domain for the security of the United States, the Department is focused on safeguarding freedom of the seas, deterring conflict and coercion, and promoting adherence to international law and standards.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Asia Looks Seaward: Power and Maritime Strategy by Toshi Yoshihara, James R. Holmes | at Barnes & Noble. Author: Toshi Yoshihara. The maritime security strategy is vague on the numbers of ships, planes, and armaments the sea services will station in the Asia-Pacific, although far more specific than previous strategies.
The standard figure—that 60 percent of sea-service assets will call this theater home by —reappears. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. The Influence of Sea Power Upon History: – is a history of naval warfare published in by Alfred Thayer details the role of sea power during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and discussed the various factors needed to support and achieve sea power, with emphasis on having the largest and most powerful : Alfred Thayer Mahan.
UK naval strategy and international security, Eric Grove The Russian Navy, Klaus Mommsen Maritime Security in Asia: A View from India, Vijay Sakhuja Major Maritime Powers and their Changing Relationship, Brahma Chellaney A Perspective on China’s Maritime Security Strategy, Xu Hui and Cao Xianyu Chinese Views of the U.S.
Strategic Asia China’s Expanding Strategic Ambitions, the eighteenth volume in the Strategic Asia series, describes how China seeks to reshape the international system to serve its strategic aims. Each chapter assesses the country’s ambitions in a particular geographic or functional area and presents policy options for the United States and its partners to address the challenges.
The American pivot & China’s maritime power, in H. Pant/G. Kennedy, Assessing maritime power in the Asia-Pacific. The impact of American strategic rebalance, Ashgate, SeptemberIndia’s incremental balancing in the South China Sea, E-International Relations, 26 July ; rep. India Defence News, 1 Oct.
This book, edited by C. Raja Mohan and Anit Mukherjee, examines India’s naval strategy within the context of Asian regional security. Amidst the intensifying geopolitical contestation in the waters of Asia, this book investigates the growing strategic salience of the Indian Navy. A particularly pithy yet thorough comparison of the maritime strategies of the s and s is James Kurth, “The New Maritime Strategy: Confronting Peer Competitors, Rogue States, and Transnational Insurgents,” Orbis 4 (): ↩.
Book Description. This edited volume critically examines the concept of the “security dilemma” and applies it to India–China maritime competition. Though frequently employed in academic discussion and popular commentary on the Sino-Indian relationship, the term has rarely been critically analysed.
The Elements of US Maritime Strategy An all-encompassing U.S. maritime strategy must include all the armed forces—not just the navy, coast Author: James R. Holmes. Nicholas John Spykman (pronounced "Speak-man", 13 October – 26 June ) was an American political scientist who was one of the founders of the classical realist school in American foreign policy, transmitting Eastern European political thought to the United States.
A Sterling Professor of International Relations, teaching as part of the Institute for International Studies at Yale. For all the furor over Iran and the Gulf, or Britain and Brexit, the most important foreign news of the month is what would normally be a relatively obscure Chinese official document: China’s National Defense in the New White Paper was issued on July 22 nd in both Chinese and English.
Unlike China’s previous defense white papers — the most recent of which came out in. China’s Maritime Strategy on the Horizon There’s a fleeting strategic opportunity for the U.S. to influence Beijing’s looming and evolving maritime strategy.
By Tuan N. Pham for The Diplomat. A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower is the United States' maritime strategy. It was originally presented by the U.S. Chief of Naval Operations and the Commandants of the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard at the International Seapower Symposium at the U.S.
Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island on Octo The new maritime strategy explains the. INDO-PACIFIC MARITIME Pdf CHALLENGES AND COOPERATION. i His recent books include India as an Asia Pacific Power, about India’s strategic role in the Asia Pacific, served as the Associate Director of RAND Project Air Force’s Strategy and Doctrine Size: 1MB.Learn about working at Maritime Strategies International.
Join LinkedIn today for free. See who you know at Maritime Strategies International, leverage your professional network, and get hired. U.S. Navy Admiral Jonathan Greenert talked about the future of maritime strategy, including activities in the Asia-Pacific region and the Air-Sea June .