4 edition of Naval challenges and developments in the Asia-Pacific region found in the catalog.
Naval challenges and developments in the Asia-Pacific region
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Peter T. Haydon.|
|Series||NIOBE papers ;, v. 12|
|Contributions||Haydon, Peter T. 1935-|
|LC Classifications||VA667.E18 N38 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||00421839|
China's Developing Naval Force Structure and China’s political-military relations with other nations in the Asia-Pacific region. and contributor to numerous books, articles and. China’s military strategy, centered on its rapidly expanding aerospace, naval, and land-based missile forces, is exploiting emerging vulnerabilities in America’s forces in the region. Plagued by institutional barriers, the United States has been slow to adapt to China’s rapid military modernization.
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There can be little doubt that naval modernisation in Southeast Asia is a key indicator of the likely future of the Asia Pacific and also illustrates the problems faced by small and medium powers in a world dominated by the : Hardcover.
This edited volume reviews the nature and consequences of naval modernisation in Southeast Asia against the backdrop of growing tensions over the South China Sea and increasing competition between the United States and China in the region.
The varying problems and challenges facing the small and. While many articles and books have previously been written on Chinese aerospace development and many more discuss future U.S. naval strategy in the Asia-Pacific region, no other book connects the two issues, simultaneously evaluating the Chinese aerospace challenge and its implications for U.S.
naval strategy/5(3). This edited volume analyses the naval arms race in South-East Asia, and reviews the content, purposes and consequences of the naval policies and development of the main countries of the region. The rise of naval capability in the countries of the Asia-Pacific Region is increasingly recognised as a major indicator of the ‘rise of Asia’ and Cited by: 5.
Maritime Challenges and Priorities in Asia: Implications for Regional Security, edited by Joshua H. Ho and Sam dge,pp. Joshua H. Ho, of the S.
Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore, and Sam Bateman, of the Australian National Center for Ocean Resources and Security, have teamed up to turn out an impressive work illustrating maritime challenges of.
Asia’s annual security summit will convene regional and US defence ministers to ease rising tension in the East China and South China seas.
Japan is expanding naval capabilities as challenges increase Octo Octo defenceadmin The Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF) is expanding its capabilities, allowing for Tokyo to increasingly police maritime waters.
Naval enhancement in the Asia Pacific. The work of this Study Group has been completed. Co-Chairs. CSCAP China, CSCAP India and CSCAP Japan. Considerations.
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Naval challenges and developments in the Asia-Pacific region: proceedings of a seminar held in Victoria, BC, on 22 May, The US Navy's Indo–Pacific challenge the Pentagon published its strategic guidance that directed the US military to ‘rebalance toward the Asia–Pacific region', declaring that American interests are ‘inextricably linked to developments in the arc extending from the western Pacific and East Asia into the Indian Ocean region and South Cited by: 5.
U.S. Strategic and Defense Relationships in the Asia-Pacific Region Summary This report begins with a question. What changes in U.S. strategic and defense relationships in the Asia-Pacific region, if any, are needed to respond to major developments in the region, particularly China’s emergence as a Cited by: 4.
and guide preparations for tomorrow’s challenges. Forward naval presence is essential to strengthening alliances and importance of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region, the ongoing development.The Asia-Pacific Studies Group (APSG) is comprised of faculty and students at the U.S.
Naval War College with expertise, experience, or interest in China, Taiwan, Japan, North and South Korea, Russia, Southeast Asia, Australia, Oceania, regional maritime affairs, and U.S.
policy and military strategy in the Asia-Pacific region.The book uses the lenses of geography, culture, and economics to examine in depth the strategic context that Asia presents to the major nations of the region—including the U.S.
as a Pacific nation—and the strategic scenarios that may well play out in the region in the near future.