- Hardcover: 336 pages
- Publisher: Naval Institute Press (January 15, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1682472353
- ISBN-13: 978-1682472354
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"If you want a [tough] approach to China, look no further than the edited volume Great Powers, Grand Strategies: The New Great Game in the South China Sea." --The American Interest
"Great Powers, Grand Strategies: The New Game in the South China Sea, edited by Anders Corr, is a good read because it puts the South China Sea conflict into a global strategic context…. From the in-depth Introduction to the incisive chapters, the tactical and strategic events and analyses provided by the authors will make it difficult to put this book down." --The Maritime
"The book is unique in the existing literature in that it provides an all-encompassing, interconnected, and theoretical explanation of major powers involved in the South China Sea conflict." --Asian Maritime Reviews
"This book is highly recommended as required pre-reading for the Canadian Armed Forces leadership involved in both generating and employing our military forces in the South China Sea region. Further, given that Canada plans to submit its Arctic continental shelf claim under UNCLOS in 2018--claims that will be doubtless disputed by others--a read of how similar claims are being managed (or not) in another part of the world will be helpful. Consulting this book would be well worth it for our federal leaders and diplomats." --Starshell
"The book is a highly recommended guide for politicians, diplomats and naval officers concerned by the South China Sea to keep near at hand." --Warships: International Fleet Review
"This book constitutes an important contribution to the understanding of Great Power politics and rivalry in the South China sea."--Contemporary Southeast Asia
"A very topical book, this one is right up-to-date with almost current news, comprising a collection of ten first rate essays by leading strategic commentators from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan and Belgium. Well describing the status quo the essays cover the interests, strengths, weaknesses and likely intentions of all the major national players in the South China Sea region. Taking a strategic approach, the combined essays provide an excellent analysis of the situation prevailing in the region in 2017 together with some realistic predictions of the likely outcomes from the turmoil there. It is not a very pretty picture but at least it gives planners something to work on." --Baird Maritime
"Appropriate for the general reader, the volume explores the global nature of the South China Sea conflict while examining the economic, diplomatic, and military strategies of the countries laying claim to the waters." --ProtoView
"...Great Powers, Grand Strategies, a new book published by the U.S. Naval Institute Press that offers historical, regional, and global perspectives on the significance of the South China Sea to 21st century international politics." --Asian Review of Books
"Trenchant analysis by twelve acknowledged experts on China's "take and talk" strategy that has in the course of the past few years dramatically altered the geomilitary balance of power in the Indo Asia-Pacific region. Highly recommended for policymakers and interested amateurs alike." --June Teufel Dreyer, Professor of Political Science, University of Miami
About the Author
ANDERS CORR, PhD, is the publisher of the Journal of Political Risk. He Has visited all South China Sea claimant countries, including field research in Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Brunei. Dr. Corr conducted analysis for USPACOM, CENTCOM, EUCOM, SOCPAC, and NATO, including field research in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Ukraine.
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