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Geo-strategy and the South China Sea basin

Lim, Joo-Jock.

Geo-strategy and the South China Sea basin

regional balance, maritime issues, future patterns

by Lim, Joo-Jock.

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Published by Singapore University Pres in Singapore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • South China Sea region -- Strategic aspects

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    StatementLim Joo-Jock.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA853.S68
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 126 p. :
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21817523M

      The Project for “Greater South Asia” and Indian Ambitions in its “Near Abroad” As Hindu means everything beyond the Indus and Hindustan the “land beyond the Indus” in ancient Iranian, the word “Industan” can be used to talk about the land and basin around the Indus River. Hereon, this term will be used to refer to the geographic.   REDUCE INDIAN HEGEMONY IN THE ARABIAN SEA AND INDIAN OCEAN GEO-STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN 22 January 3 GEO-STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN 22 January 4 Geo means the Earth and strategy means planning, tactics and policy The term "geo-strategy" was first used by Frederick L. Schuman in .

    After the Collapse of Soviet Union, Central Asia, especially the Caspian Sea Energy basin, became one of the major topics in international politics. Because of its vast natural resources, attractive markets, geo-strategy and geopolitics, great powers, China, Russia, the United States and European Union, and regional states, Turkey and. As one of the reports states, "It is a marine version of a Battleship Galactica. Although unarmed, any attempt by Southeast Asian military forces to restrict the rig's movement in the South China Sea would risk retaliation from Beijing", this region, of late, has become very volatile because of China's proactive 'aggressive' actions that till now was under relative 'peace'.

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GEO-STRATEGY AND THE SOUTH CHINA SEA BASIN. Regional Balance, Maritime Issues, Future Patterns. By LimJoo-Jock. Singapore: Singapore University Press.

Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. S$ 00/US$ 00, cloth; S$ 00/US$, paper. IN THIS INTERESTING STUDY the author sets out the concept of the.

Strategic geography. Central Asia had both the advantage and disadvantage of a central location between four historical seats of power.

From its central location, it has access to trade routes, or lines of attack, to all the regional powers. On the other hand, it has been continuously vulnerable to attack from all sides throughout its history, resulting in political fragmentation or outright.

—Lim Joo-Jock, Geo-Strategy and the South China Sea Basin. (emphasis in original) "A science named "geo-strategy" would be unimaginable in any other period of history but ours. It is the characteristic product of turbulent twentieth-century world politics."-Andrew Gyorgi, The Geopolitics of War: Total War and Geostrategy ().

Geo-strategy and the South China Sea basin: regional balance, maritime issues, future patterns / Lim Joo-jock. JC L47 Locational approaches to power and conflict. Geostrategy, a subfield of geopolitics, is a type of foreign policy guided principally by geographical factors as they inform, constrain, or affect political and military planning.

As with all strategies, geostrategy is concerned with matching means to ends—in this case, a. Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Online) ISSN: By IAN J. WHITE. Sydney: Longman, Indonesian Course Book 1. ix. Brunei, for example, differs strongly with China on certain issues; and although it claims a part of the South China Sea, it's silent on the US-China dispute.

Philippines is playing both sides. Here the definition of geo-strategy is used in a more limited regional frame wherein the sum of geographic factors interact to influence or to give advantage to one adversary, or intervene to modify strategic planning as well as political and military venture." —Lim Joo-Jock, Geo-Strategy and the South China Sea Basin.

(emphasis in original). Vietnam leader Vu Khoan’s advice on how to deal with China 22 May,PM IST Vietnam, like India, has also fought wars with China. Sino-Vietnam ties have been lukewarm and it has touched a new low owing to South China Sea crisis.

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