4 edition of Geopolitics and maritime power found in the catalog.
Geopolitics and maritime power
by Sage Publications [for] the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. in Beverly Hills, Calif
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 77-79
|Statement||Michael Moodie, Alvin J. Cottrell ; foreword by R. James Woolsey|
|Series||The Washington papers -- 87, A Sage policy paper, Washington papers -- 87|
|Contributions||Cottrell, Alvin J, Georgetown University. Center for Strategic and International Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
SEA POWER THE HISTORY AND GEOPOLITICS OF THE WORLD'S OCEANS , etc.) knows his maritime history, but equally important is his firsthand knowledge of the seas as a naval officer who has steered ships and served as Supreme Allied Commander of NATO. The book is organized into separate chapters on each of the world’s major bodies of . This book tests the hypothesis that the operation and interplay of territorial, energy, and power considerations influence the maritime territorial disputes in East Asia. It is suspected that the dynamics of such disputes are informed by these three : Ralf Emmers.
This book is short in fact and long on the opinion of the author. As the title itself claims to be of the history and geopolitics of sea power, there is a gap between the description and content from the cover on. 1. China did not focus internally for five hundred years as suggested in the chapter concerning the South China Sea. /5(). His book represented a systematic attempt to apply geopolitics to the American case. He stressed the importance of a global balance-of-power policy, with the United States acting as the balancer -- a role that could be played only if the United States maintained a margin of superiority around the Eurasian littoral, or "rimland," keeping Author: Geoffrey Sloan.
Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World’s ceans 63 China Sea as a crucial zone of maritime activity in order to confront a rising China, if necessary. In the Caribbean Sea (Chapter 6), where a natural ‘tropical silk road’ connects all economiesFile Size: KB. Geopolitics is the study of how the projection of power (ideological, cultural, economic, or military) is effected and affected by the geographic and political landscape in which it operates. Despite the real world relevance of geopolitics, a common understanding of what classical geopolitics is and how it works still lies beyond the reach of Author: Lucinda M. Hall.
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Admiral Stavridis's book, "Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World's Oceans", is a book well crafted piece of work. It is excellent in its delivery of understanding the role the sea in shaping world affairs from beginnings of men voyaging on open waters to today with naval forces able to project power across the globe/5().
Admiral Stavridis's book, "Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World's Oceans", is a book well crafted piece of work. It is excellent in its delivery of understanding the role the sea in shaping world affairs from beginnings of men voyaging on Geopolitics and maritime power book waters to today with naval forces able to project power across the globe/5().
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Geopolitics | political science | Britannica. Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World’s Oceans Penguin Press, $28 (p) ISBN Buy this book a relative newcomer to maritime geopolitics but a. This book conducts a comprehensive study on China's maritime strategy.
It discusses the lessons of maritime power history that must be learnt by Chinese today, the relations between China's maritime strategy and domestic developing problems of China, the status and influence of maritime strategy from China's overall development strategy.
Admiral James Stavridis (ret.), Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World’s Oceans. New York City: Columbia University Press,pages. $/hardcover.
By Chad Pillai. Since the dawn of civilization, the seas have been a part of the human story. It has shaped commerce, the spread of ideas, and even wars. A New, Old Geopolitics By Mackubin Thomas Owens Mackubin Thomas Owens reviews 'The Return of Marco Polo’s World: War, Strategy, and American Interests in the Twenty-First Century,' by Author: Mackubin Thomas Owens.
Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World's Oceans by James Stavridis, is an examination of the importance of the world's Oceans in terms of geopolitical control. Stavridis breaks down each Ocean and sea, examining the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, South /5.
Captain Swartz is a naval strategy and policy analyst and group director at Center for Naval Analysis, supporting all three Sea his year naval career he did two tours in Vietnam as an advisor to the South Vietnamese Navy.
He served as a maritime strategist and special assistant under three Chiefs of Naval Operations, Secretary of the Navy John F.
Sea Power is clear-eyed about the dangers of the modern nautical realities, but it doggedly retains this tone of hope throughout.
And hope or danger, on one point the book compels agreement: the oceans are still the crucial theaters of this water world.” —Christian Science Monitor5/5(1). By Adm. James Stavridis, USN (Ret.), Penguin Press, New York () Reviewed by John R.
Satterfield, DBA. Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World’s Oceans is a companion to The Accidental Admiral, Admiral Stavridis’ earlier best seller that provided many Americans with a basic education in national and global dis, the first and only.
Geopolitics, analysis of the geographic influences on power relationships in international word geopolitics was originally coined by the Swedish political scientist Rudolf Kjellén about the turn of the 20th century, and its use spread throughout Europe in the period between World Wars I and II (–39) and came into worldwide use during the latter.
The fact that geopolitics is only tacitly acknowledged but that it does influence states’ and the EU’s policies and objectives shows that the geopolitical dimension of maritime security exists and matters but is still not acknowledged explicitly, which may be due to the enduring negative connotation of the term ‘geopolitics’ discussed Cited by: The book gives a view of the world looking onshore from the seas and of how sea power has shaped our history, civilization and geopolitics.
The chapters are divided by each of the globe’s major bodies of water, the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic, Arctic, etc., a fascinating journey where you would be well-served to have a map near at hand. Sea Power The History and Geopolitics of the World’s Oceans Admiral James Stavridis.
Penguin Press, New York,pages. Book Review published on: J A former Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) has written an engaging work combining grand strategy with insights from his long naval career.
InPaul Kennedy, a British professor of history at Yale University, unleashed a political and intellectual firestorm with the publication of his great (page) book, “The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers.” Kennedy produced a magisterial overview of the competition for global power over the past years from AD to the present.
InThe Geopolitics of Super Power, one of our most respected strategic theorists answers these and other questions. In geopolitical terms, Colin Gray sees the Soviet-American antagonism as an enduring contest between a continental empire and a maritime coalition, each with its distinctive character and purposes.
Geopolitics is a crucial element in understanding international relations in East Asia, with major and medium powers competing for influence. This book examines geopolitics in East Asia, focusing in particular on its major, contentious maritime territorial disputes.
The gap between the East and West paradigms has never been wider. While China is encouraging everyone to participate constructively in the creation of a multipolar world, the Deep State media continue to belittle the “Project of the Century” by labeling it as a move to wrestle geopolitical power from the West, while its military components, i.e.
intelligence, media. The geopolitical dimension of maritime security accounts for the way geograph y constrains and informs (directly or indirectly) maritime security policies, regulations, measures and operations,Author: Basil Germond.The US and the UK are the naval powers who can contest control of the Rimlands (see the map in the book) and thus prevent the last phrase of the formula from coming to pass.
The US-USSR face off after WW2 brought this reality admirably into the light.5/5(1).