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Research On East Asian Maritime Security Policy Of The United States Of America (1999-2009)

Posted on:2014-11-19Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y Y LvFull Text:PDF
GTID:2256330401488102Subject:World History
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After the Cold War, East Asia is the focus of U.S. national security strategy. EastAsian sea lanes security has become the focus of the strategic game of today’s majorpowers. Post-Cold War East Asian sea lanes security policy adjustments divide intothree stages, namely the Bush and Clinton administration’s deterrence and equilibriumstage, to the George W. Bush administration maritime counter-terrorism stage, andthen to the Obama administration’s first term, a strong re-back stage.In order to maintain the security of its sea lanes in East Asia, the United States bystrengthening the United States and Japan, the U.S. and South Korea, theUS-Philippine and U.S.-Australian and a series of bilateral alliance strategy, relyingon the forward deployment of a large number of military bases and armed forces, toconsolidate its East Asian island chain to ensure East Asian maritime dominance,leading East Asian sea lanes safe.East Asian sea lanes on the nature of the security policy is in response to the riseof China, safeguarding the interests of its maritime hegemony, but objectively stablesince the positive effects on the regional maritime order. China should activelyparticipate in multilateral maritime security cooperation, accelerating the settlement ofthe Taiwan issue, and to safeguard the safety of sea lanes for proper layout in advance,to accelerate the solution of the Taiwan issue, and to maintain the safety of sea lanesahead of the layout as appropriate.
Keywords/Search Tags:Marine Thoroughfare, Island chain, America’s East Asia strategy
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