Great powers, grand strategies : the new game in the South China Sea / edited by Anders Corr.
Contributor(s): Corr, Anders [editor of compilation.]Material type: TextPublisher: Annapolis : Naval Institute Press, c 2018Description: vii, 327 pages : maps ; 25 cmISBN: 9781682472354 (hardback)Subject(s): Sea-power -- China | Great powers -- History -- 21st century | Geopolitics | Strategy | HISTORY / Military / Naval | POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General | South China Sea -- Strategic aspects | South China Sea Region -- History -- 21st centuryAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Great powers, grand strategiesDDC classification: 355.033059
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Why China built its new islands: from abstract claim to concrete assets / Bill Hayton -- Old game plan, new game: China's grand strategy in the South China Sea / Ian Forsyth -- China's maritime sovereignty campaign: Scarborough Shoal, the "New Spratly Islands," and beyond / James E. Fanell -- ASEAN, grand strategy, and the South China Sea: between China and the United States / Leszek Buszynski -- The evolution of U.S. strategy in the South China Sea : tacking with regional strategic winds / Sean R. Liedman -- U.S. rebalancing strategy and disputes in the South China Sea : a legacy for America's Pacific century / Tongfi Kim -- Japan's grand strategy in the South China Sea: principled pragmatism / Takashi Inoguchi and Ankit Panda -- India's "grand strategy" and the South China Sea: New Delhi's evolving response to Chinese expansionism / Gordon G. Chang -- Paradoxes abounding: Russia and the South China Sea issue / Stephen Blank -- The European Union: setting a new course for the South China Sea / Peter M. Solomon -- Conclusion / Bernard D. Cole.
"Great Powers, Grand Strategies offers the analysis of a dozen experts on the "big picture" approaches to the South China Sea dispute. By exploring the international dimensions of this regional hotspot, Gordon Chang, Bernard Cole, James Fanell, Bill Hayton, and others examine how the military, diplomatic, and economic strategies of the major global actors have both contributed to solutions and exacerbated the potential for conflict. Anders Corr seeks to juxtapose the grand strategies of the great powers to determine the likely outcomes of the South China Sea dispute, as well as evaluate the ways to possibly defuse tensions in the region"--