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Title China, the United States, and 21st-century sea power : defining a maritime security partnership / edited by Andrew S. Erickson, Lyle J. Goldstein, and Nan Li
Imprint Annapolis, MD : Naval Institute Press, 2010
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  359.03 C5395 2010    AVAILABLE  -  30500101391574
Descript xxix, 529 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction : in the same boat together / Andrew S. Erickson and Lyle J. Goldstein -- China's maritime development and U.S.-China cooperation / Zhuang Jianzhong -- China's dependence on the global maritime commons / Gabriel B. Collins -- Challenges in the development of military-to-military relationships / David N. Griffiths -- The Container Security Initiative and U.S.-China relations / Andrew S. Erickson -- China's power ascendancy and the global terrorism burden : opportunities for U.S.-China cooperation / Paul J. Smith -- Improving Chinese maritime enforcement capabilities : challenges and opportunities / Lyle J. Goldstein -- U.S.-China civil maritime operational engagement / Bernard Moreland -- China and the law of the sea : a Sino-U.S. maritime cooperation perspective / Guifang (Julia) Xue -- Charting the course : Sino-American naval cooperation to enhance governance and security / Peter A. Dutton -- Maritime aspects of China's humanitarian operations policy / Su Hao -- Humanitarian operations : a window on U.S.-China maritime cooperation / Eric A. McVadon -- Submarine rescue and the potential for U.S.-China naval cooperation / Lyle J. Goldstein and William S. Murray -- Prospects for Sino-U.S. naval cooperation against avian influenza / Andrew S. Erickson -- U.S.-China maritime cooperation : regional implications and prospects / Michael J. Green -- Opportunities and challenges for China-U.S. cooperation in the South China Sea / Wu Shicun -- Enhancing Sino-U.S. maritime security cooperation in Southeast Asia / Zhu Huayou -- China and the United States in the Indian Ocean : an emerging strategic triangle? / James R. Holmes and Toshi Yoshihara -- Similarities and difference in American and Chinese naval education : implications for cooperation / Nan Li -- Chinese views of America's new maritime strategy / Andrew S. Erickson -- The American factor in China's maritime strategy / Yu Wanli -- A PLA Navy perspective on maritime security cooperation / Yang Yi
China's rise to power on the world's oceans is attracting wide attention and may ultimately restructure the global balance of power during the course of the 21st century. Many books have described this phenomenon and the significant strategic implications that flow from Beijing's rapid maritime development. However, the subject of whether and how to integrate a stronger China into a global maritime security partnership has not been adequately explored. Delving into a variety of vital domains of contemporary maritime security, American and Chinese contributors to this edited volume illustrate that despite recent turbulence in U.S.-China military relations, substantial shared interests should enable extensive maritime security cooperation. But for professionals to structure cooperation effectively, they warn, Washington and Beijing must create sufficient political and institutional space
Andrew S. Erickson is an associate professor in the U.S. Naval War College's Strategic Research Department and a founding member of its China Maritime Studies Institute. He is an Associate in Research at Harvard University's Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and a Fellow in the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations' Public Intellectuals Program
Lyle J. Goldstein is an associate professor in the Strategic Research Department at the U.S. Naval War College, and the founding director of the department's China Maritime Studies Institute. He is proficient in Chinese and Russian and has published widely in scholarly journals on China, Russia, Central Asia, and surface and undersea warfare
Nan Li is an associate professor at the China Maritime Studies Institute at the U.S. Naval War College. He received his Ph.D. in political science from the Johns Hopkins University, has published extensively on Chinese security and military policy, and is the editor of Chinese Civil-Military Relations. --Book Jacket
Subject Sea-power -- History -- 21st century
Naval strategy -- History -- 21st century
United States -- Military relations -- China
China -- Military relations -- United States
United States -- History, Naval -- 21st century
China -- History, Naval -- 21st century
Alt Author Erickson, Andrew S
Goldstein, Lyle
Li, Nan, 1956-
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