Asian Maritime Strategies: Navigating Troubled Waters
Title: Asian Maritime Strategies: Navigating Troubled Waters
Author: Bernard D. Cole
Format: Kindle Edition
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Asian Maritime Strategies Navigating Troubled Waters 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 rout
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 In response, the nations of the region are engaged in a nascent navAsian 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 In response, the nations of the region are engaged in a nascent naval arms race In this new work, Bernard Cole, author of the acclaimed The Great Wall At Sea, examines the maritime strategies and naval forces of the region s nations, as well as evaluating the threats and opportunities for cooperation at sea The United States Navy is intimately involved in these disputes and opportunities, which threaten vital American economic, political, and security interests The most useful geographical designation for maritime Asia is the Indo Pacific and Cole provides both a survey of the maritime strategies of the primary nations of the Indo Pacific region as well as an evaluation of the domestic and international politics that drive those strategies The United States, Canada, Russia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, China, the Philippines, Brunei, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, India, Pakistan, Iran, the smaller Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf states are all surveyed and analyzed The United States, Japan, China, and India draw the most attention, given their large modern navies and distant strategic reach and the author concludes that the United States remains the dominant maritime power in this huge region, despite its lack of a traditionally strong merchant marine U.S maritime power remains paramount, due primarily to its dominant navy The Chinese naval modernization program deservedly receives a good deal of public attention, but Cole argues that on a day to day basis the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force, as its navy is named, is the most powerful maritime force in Far Eastern waters, while the modernizing Indian Navy potentially dominates the Indian Ocean.Most telling will be whether United States power and focus remain on the region, while adjusting to continued Chinese maritime power in a way acceptable to both nations No other current or recent work provides such a complete description of the Indo Pacific region s navies and maritime strategies, while analyzing the current and future impact of those forces.