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The Resource The Making of a Maritime Power : China's Challenges and Policy Responses

The Making of a Maritime Power : China's Challenges and Policy Responses

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The Making of a Maritime Power : China's Challenges and Policy Responses
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The Making of a Maritime Power
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China's Challenges and Policy Responses
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Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China's Development Path Ser
The Making of a Maritime Power : China's Challenges and Policy Responses
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The Making of a Maritime Power : China's Challenges and Policy Responses
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  • Series Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- About the Author -- Introduction -- 1 China's Maritime Rise as a Historical Trend -- 1.1 The Needham Puzzle -- 1.2 Unintentional Rise and Decline of a "Maritime Power" -- 1.3 Passive Awakening and Low-Profile Growth -- 1.4 The Irresistible Trend of Passive Rise -- 1.5 The World Calls for a Maritime China -- 2 The Great Maritime Power Dream: Challenges and Problems -- 2.1 The Taiwan Question -- 2.2 Possible Deadlock in Sovereignty Disputes -- 2.3 Nationalism Adds to Uncertainty -- 2.4 Formidable Rivals Nearby -- 2.5 Military Expenditure and the "China Threat" Theory -- 2.6 Hidden Risks in Overseas Security -- 2.7 Underdeveloped Seas -- 2.8 The Harm of Seeking Regional Balance -- 2.9 The Lack of Strategic Awareness -- 3 Evolution of International Sea Power: Trend and Influence -- 3.1 Piratical-Style Competition and Mahan's Contribution -- 3.2 Sovereignty and Sea Rights Do not Come for Free -- 3.3 The Rise of Peaceful Competition on the Sea -- 3.4 Comparable Elements of Sea Power -- 3.5 "Spoon-Shaped Chain" of Sea Power -- 3.6 In Search of Equilibrium -- 3.7 Cost-Benefit Analysis of China's Sea Power -- 4 Peaceful Growth: Dilemma and Prerequisites -- 4.1 Growing Pains -- 4.2 Promoting an Evolution in International Rules Through Self-development -- 4.3 Head-on Conflict, Full-on Engagement -- 4.4 Issues and Tensions -- 4.5 Necessary Conditions for Future Development -- 5 Learning from Tuntian of Western Han -- 5.1 Why Learn from the Western Han? -- 5.2 About the Tuntian Policy During the Western Han -- 5.3 Military and Tax Substitution -- 5.4 The Formation of Assimilation, Deterrence and Borders -- 5.5 Border Regions and the Creation of Property Rights -- 6 Peaceful Rise: Strategic Prospect and Recommendations -- 6.1 The Strategy Must Come First -- 6.2 Prerequisites for the Implementation of Tunhai
  • 6.3 Establishing the Tunhai Policy -- 6.4 Implementation and Examples -- 6.5 However, Tunhai Is not the Be-All and End-All -- 6.6 Possible Scenarios for Dispute Resolution
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