The Resource China's maritime power and strategy : history, national security and geopolitics, by Hailong Ju (Jinan University, China)

China's maritime power and strategy : history, national security and geopolitics, by Hailong Ju (Jinan University, China)

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China's maritime power and strategy : history, national security and geopolitics
Title
China's maritime power and strategy
Title remainder
history, national security and geopolitics
Statement of responsibility
by Hailong Ju (Jinan University, China)
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"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 the geopolitical targets of Chinese navy in 2050. 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. It will give readers a better sense of why China has to develop its sea power, why it lays so much emphasis on Taiwan and the South China sea, why the country can make friends with India but not Japan, and why China's maritime strategy will never challenge America but has to face the pressure from America's maritime hegemony, and so on."--
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Dewey number
359/.030951
Index
index present
LC call number
VA633
LC item number
.J8313 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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China's maritime power and strategy : history, national security and geopolitics, by Hailong Ju (Jinan University, China)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; About the Author; Introduction; 1. Strategic Perspectives to Review China's Maritime Power; 2. Maritime Power Thought and Practices of Modern China; 3. Inner Foundation of China's Maritime Power; Chapter 1: Historical Lessons of Dealing with the Maritime Offensive Strategy in a Defensive Way; 1. From Coastal Defense to Offshore Defense; 2. The Naval Strategy with Defense as Its Ultimate Purpose; 3. Blind Spots of the Passive Defensive Strategy; 4. Historical Revelation for Chinese Today; Summary; Chapter 2: Learn from the Sea Power Theory and Geopolitical Theory
  • 1. Naval Strategy and the Core Interests of Geopolitics2. The Influence of Sea to a Land Power; 3. Antagonistic Thinking in Traditional Sea Power Theory; Summary; Chapter 3: The Domestic Motivation of China's Maritime Power Strategy; 1. Economic Driving Force of China's Maritime Power Strategy; 2. Security Driving Force of China's Maritime Power Strategy; 3. Strategic Point Connecting China's Maritime Power Strategy with the External Environment; Summary; Chapter 4: The International Environment of China's Maritime Power Strategy; 1. Changing Geopolitical Structure of Waters Surrounding Asia
  • 1.1. The External Driving Force1.2. The Internal Driving Force; 2. Maritime Hegemony's Structural Control of Asia; 3. Complexity of the Strategic Environment of Surrounding Areas; Summary; Chapter 5: The Competitors of China's Maritime Power Strategy; 1. A Longtime Strategic Adversary to China's Offshore Security; 2. China's Strategic Rivals and Collaborators in the Fight for Rights over Oceans; 3. Dominators behind Maritime Strategic Competitions; (1) The U.S.-Japan Alliance; (2) Coordination between India's Maritime Strategy and that of the U.S
  • 2. Situation of the South China Sea Region against the Backdrop of the U.S. Rebalance Strategy3. Pseudo-Propositions beneath DOC, Principles of International Law, and Freedom of Navigation; 4. Distorted International Opinions on the South China Sea Issue; 5. Predictions on the South China Sea Disputes; Summary; Chapter 8: The Strategic Design for China's Maritime Power in Asia-Pacific; 1. Seeking Appropriate Strategic Principles; 2. Geopolitical Pivots of China's Maritime Power Strategy; 3. The Starting Point of China's Maritime Power Strategy
  • 4. Challenges in the Reconstruction of Asia-Pacific Sea Power OrderSummary; Chapter 6: The Geopolitical Watershed of China'sMaritime Powers; 1. The U.S. Factor in Cross-Strait Relations; 2. Multi-Level Analysis of the Taiwan Issue from the Geopolitical, Historical, and Social Perspective; 3. The Complex and Abnormal State of the Antagonistic Relationship; Summary; Chapter 7: Surrounding Environment of China's Maritime Power Strategy; 1. The South China Sea Issue and the Strategic Environment of Waters Surrounding China
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9789814619394
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