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China as a maritime power

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StatementDavid G. Muller, Jr.
SeriesWestview special studies on East Asia
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LC ClassificationsDS739 .M84 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 277 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3164837M
ISBN 10086531098X
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China as a Maritime Power is unique in its use of archives of both declassified US intelligence reports and primary Chinese source materials. Read more Read less The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and : David G. Muller Jr. China's maritime strategy is one of the most important academic and realistic subjects in the present and future.

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This book is a valuable work of reference for the study of sea power, especially in China. It analyzes the challenges and problems facing China’s sea power and offers a complete set of solutions known as ‘sea exploitation.’ In this context, it discusses five aspects of China’s sea power: 1) ItBrand: Springer Singapore.

China's maritime strategy is one of the most important academic and realistic subjects in the present and future.

This book is the first book to discuss China's maritime strategy comprehensively in and outside China. "Studies in Chinese Maritime Development" Book Series Powered by the world's second largest economy and defense budget, China is going to sea with a scale and sophistication that no continental power ever before sustained in the modern era/5(5).

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This book analyses China’s maritime strategy for the 21st century, integrating strategic planning, policy thinking and strategic prediction.

This book explains the construction and application of China's military, political, economic and diplomatic means for building maritime power, and predicts the future of China's maritime power byas well as development trends in global maritime politics.

During the past 10 years, the China-owned merchant fleet has more than tripled in size.

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In response to the Party’s decision for China to become a China as a maritime power book power, the Ministry of Transport published plans for an even more competitive, efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly Chinese shipping system by During the past 10 years, the China-owned merchant fleet has China as a maritime power book than tripled in size.

In response to the Party’s decision for China to become a maritime power, the Ministry of Transport published plans for an even more competitive, efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly Chinese shipping system by.

The Cambridge History of China; China’s emergence as a maritime power; The Cambridge History of China. The Cambridge History of China. Chapter. Chapter; Aa; Aa; Get access. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

The Cambridge History of China. Volume 5: Sung China, – Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. China as a maritime power. [David G Muller, Jr.] -- This is one of the most informative books yet published on the Chinese navy.

The author is a career U.S. naval officer with degrees in Chinese studies. Drawing on a large volume of recently. China’s reaction to the United States’ new maritime strategy will significantly impact its success, according to three Naval War College professors.

Based on the premise that preventing wars is as important as winning wars, this new U.S. strategy, they explain, embodies a historic reassessment of the international system and how the United. China, the United States and 21st Century Sea Power: Defining a Maritime Security Partnership, edited by Andrew S.

Erickson, Lyle J. Goldstein, and Nan Institute Press,pp. This collection of essays, organized into five parts, analyzes China’s rise to power on the world’s oceans and the subsequent restructuring of the global balance of power.

Executive Summary Becoming a Great “Maritime Power:” A Chinese Dream. Michael McDevitt. Introduction This is a summation of a much longer report that explores the late decision by the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party that becoming a “maritime power.

On Aptwo Chinese law-enforcement cutters on joint patrol in the South China Sea received orders to proceed immediately to Scarborough Shoal, a disputed cluster of rocks nautical miles west of Subic Bay, the Philippines.

Earlier that day, a Chinese fisherman aboard one of several boats moored in the lagoon had transmitted an alarming message to authorities in his home port in Author: Ryan D. Martinson.

The white paper leaves little doubt that China is intent on transforming itself into a modern maritime power, capable of challenging Japan or the US in Asia and elsewhere.

Todd Crowell is the author of The Coming War, published by Amazon as a Kindle Single. Unsurprisingly, China is striving to become a maritime great power.

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Its navy, now the largest in Asia, is tasked with defending all that coastal wealth, but also with protecting shipping lanes. Annual Data. Statistical Database. Monthly Data; Quarterly Data; Annual Data; Census Data. The maritime power objective is inextricably linked to Chinese sovereignty concerns real and perceived, its maritime rights and interests broadly and elastically defined, its economic development, jobs, improved technical expertise, the centrality of fish to its food security goals, its perception of the attributes a global power should possess, and because Xi Jinping, the President of China and General Secretary of the.

China's Maritime Power and Strategy | This book conducts a comprehensive study on China's maritime strategy. It discusses the lessons of maritime power history that must be learnt by Chinese today, the relations between China's maritime strategy and domestic developing problems of China, the status and influence of maritime strategy from China's overall development strategy perspective, and.

Maritime power Emerging. Many countries that become maritime powers, become strong in order to defend themselves from an extant threat, such as the USSR did during the Cold War, in order to defend themselves from the United States this scenario, it is common for the emerging maritime power to focus largely upon area denial tactics, rather than power projection.

Chinese grand strategy and maritime power. [Thomas M Kane] -- "This new book argues that the People's Republic of China (PRC) is pursuing a long-term strategy to extend its national power by sea. Although the PRC acts most boldly in the geographical areas where.

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becoming a “maritime power”: China is a major maritime as well as land country. The seas and oceans provide immense space and abundant resources for China’s sustainable development, and thus are of vital importance to the people's well-being and China’s future.

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The fleets were destroyed, Chinese subjects were forbidden to engage in maritime expeditions, inhabitants of coastal areas were forced to move inland, and while China became a continental power.Martinson, Ryan D., "Echelon Defense: The Role of Sea Power in Chinese Maritime Dispute Strategy" ().

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