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Thu Oct 16 17:50:47 2014 UTClccn-n840590170.35The maritime strategy of China in the Asia-Pacific region origins, development and impact /0.651.00Hai jun hua xuan /129052869n 840590171174125China. Chung-kuo jen min chieh fang chün. Hai chünChina. Hai jun (1949- )China. Navy (1949- )China (People's Republic of China, 1949- ). Chung-kuo jen min chieh fang chün. Hai chünChina. Zhongguo ren min jie fang jun. MarineChina. Zhongguo ren min jie fang jun. NavyChina. 中国 人民 解放军. 海军.China. 中国人民解放军. 海军Marine der Volksrepublik ChinaPeople's Liberation Army Navy (China)Ren min hai jun (China)Zhongguo ren min hai junZhongguo ren min jie fang jun hai junlccn-n2010034121Huang, Paul An-haolccn-n80120847Army War College (U.S.).Strategic Studies Institutelccn-no2001067485Saunders, Phillip C.(Phillip Charles)1966-lccn-n82060483Cole, Bernard D.1943-lccn-n79092531ChinaZhongguo ren min jie fang junlccn-no2010053753Clarke, Ryanlccn-no2011153620United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Armed ServicesSubcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forceslccn-n2011001059Bussert, James C.lccn-n97018351Elleman, Bruce A.1959-lccn-n97012167Lai, David1955-edtChinaZhongguo ren min jie fang junHai junHistoryChina.--Zhongguo ren min jie fang jun.--Hai junChinaMilitary policySea-powerStrategic aspects of individual placesPacific AreaNaval strategyStrategic cultureUnited StatesMilitary relationsNaval art and scienceOperational readiness (Military science)National securityAdministrative agencies--ReorganizationChina.--Zhongguo ren min jie fang junSea controlNaviesWarshipsWeapons systemsInternational lawSpratly IslandsSouth China SeaEconomic assistance--Foreign countriesTaiwanPetroleum industry and tradeEnergy policyArmies--OrganizationNaval maneuversArmed Forces--ReorganizationCombined operations (Military science)Military maneuversMilitary planningUnited States.--NavyIndiaSoutheast AsiaDiplomatic relationsInternational relationsIndia.--Indian NavyLogisticsAir forcesMilitary suppliesChina.--Zhongguo ren min jie fang jun.--Kong junSecurity, InternationalPainting, ChineseCoast defensesNaval historyChina.--Lu junArmed Forces--Procurement195219561959196219661967196819711975197619771979198219831984198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320144546199295ND104221ocn122790153book19831.00Hai jun hua xuan11ocn872325230file19770.47Hai shang zheng ba shi huaHistory6542ocn794178130file20100.35Huang, Paul An-haoThe maritime strategy of China in the Asia-Pacific region origins, development and impactThis research aims to examine how and why a continental-oriented China has shifted its maritime strategic orientation and naval force structure from its coast toward the far seas in an era of interdependent international system. Generally, China is an ancient continental land power with an incomplete oceanic awareness. With the transformation after the Cold War of China's grand strategy from landward security to seaward security, maritime security interests have gradually become the most essential part of China's strategic rationale. This book contains six color maps+-+97886982255132ocn725298715book20110.63The Chinese Navy : expanding capabilities, evolving roles2782ocn880931139file20140.82United StatesU.S. Asia-Pacific strategic considerations related to People's Liberation Army naval forces modernization : hearing before the Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundred Thirteenth Congress, first session, hearing held December 11, 20132724ocn759158458file20110.66Bussert, James CPeople's Liberation Army Navy combat systems technology, 1949-2010Rare among books on weapon systems technologies, this work traces China s development from a coastal defense force of obsolete ships with crude weapons to its current complex missile catamarans and Aegis-like destroyers with vertical launch weapons and long-range cruise missiles. As the only book devoted solely to all combat systems on Chinese warships, it is a convenient one-stop reference filled with tables that break down specifications and parameters into specific areas, such as sensors and weapons for specific hulls. The book is divided into sections on frigates, destroyers, submarines, p+-+85359664062672ocn662512634file20100.79Clarke, RyanChinese energy security : the myth of the PLAN's frontline status"This monograph examines the dynamics of China's energy security dilemma and the role of the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN). Following this, PLAN development is discussed and its future role in regional security is hypothesized. This report argues that it is domestic market inefficiencies and poor management practices that pose the greatest threat to China's energy security. Further, less and less of Chinese energy imports are making their way to the country by sea; thus the PLAN actually has a minimal role to play. Given these realities, Chinese fears of a naval blockade that deprives it of energy supplies, as well as American confidence that this is a realistic strategic option in the event of hostilities are implausible. In addition, Beijing's desire to develop aircraft carriers and other high-tech naval capabilities combined with its contribution to the anti-piracy mission in the Gulf of Aden have led many analysts to erroneously conclude that China seeks to engage in global power projection like the United States. However, the focus of the PLAN will remain regional and on asymmetric capabilities, namely the effective use of submarines and other undersea devices that ultimately seek to deter American and possible Japanese involvement in a conflict over Taiwan and/or in the South China Sea, such as the Spratly Islands, which China views as inalienable parts of its territory. Although China's interests are expanding and becoming more international in nature, recovering from the century of humiliation and ensuring domestic legitimacy remain the top priorities of China's leadership."--P. vii2572ocn820153961file20120.79Learning by doing : the PLA trains at home and abroadTo better understand the PLA's ability to employ its developing capabilities in a variety of potential scenarios, this volume examines how the PLA learns by doing, specifically through its exercises and noncombat operations at home and overseas, and through key logistical and theoretical developments. Key findings are: 1) recent PLA exercises and operations point to an increasing interest in developing expeditionary naval capabilities and a presence in distant seas, suggesting that a move beyond the current "near seas" focus is both possible and an extension of existing efforts; 2) PLA ground force exercises -- rather than aiming to intimidate others by demonstrating the ability to project power beyond China's borders -- focus on moving military power within China, both to defend China's borders and perhaps as a prelude to military restructuring in which smaller but more mobile formations could replace larger and more static ones; 3) through its participation in international military exercises as well as peacekeeping operations and humanitarian aid and disaster relief missions, the PLA is gaining greater capabilities to deploy outside of China's borders for a variety of missions; and, 4) PLA operations are increasingly supported by a modern, civilian-integrated military logistics network, though a lack of overseas bases continues to limit the effectiveness of this network as it pertains to overseas power projection capabilities2312ocn045750303book20010.70Cole, Bernard DThe great wall at sea : China's Navy enters the twenty-first centuryBogen beskriver udviklingen og opbygningen af den kinesiske flåde i det 21.århundrede+-+54875020062123ocn694369740file20100.74China's out of area naval operations case studies, trajectories, obstacles, and potential solutionsThis study seeks to understand the future direction of the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) with regard to out of area deployments and power projection. The assessment is based on the history of past PLAN out of area deployments and an analysis of out of area operations of other military forces. Both short- and long-term lenses are employed to understand the scope and direction of China's defense planning and strategic decisions1924ocn834603759file20110.53China's naval modernization background, implications and issues+-+52676126161673ocn631745947book20100.39Cole, Bernard DThe Great Wall at sea : China's Navy in the twenty-first century+-+17969664063241164ocn419794726book20100.82Bateman, W. S. GSoutheast Asia and the rise of Chinese and Indian naval power : between rising naval powersHistoryThis book examines the emerging maritime security scene in Southeast Asia. It considers highly topical implications for the region of possible strategic competition between China and India - the rising naval powers of Asia - with a possible naval ""arms race"" emerging between these countries both with naval force development and operations. As part of its ""Look East"" policy, India has deployed naval units to the Pacific Ocean for port visits and exercises both with East Asian navies and the US Navy, but India is also concerned about the possibility of the Chinese Navy operating in the In+-+8004000695902ocn025283846book19900.92Cheung, Tai MingGrowth of Chinese naval power : priorities, goals, missions, and regional implications762ocn863824681book20140.74Lim, Yves-HengChina's naval power : an offensive realist approach"The rapid modernization of the Chinese Navy is a well-documented reality of the post-Cold War world. In two decades, the People's Liberation Army Navy has evolved from a backward force composed of obsolete platforms into a reasonably modern fleet whose growth is significantly shaking the naval balance in East Asia. The rationale behind China's contemporary rise at sea remains, however, difficult to grasp and few people have tried to see how the current structure of the international system has shaped Chinese choices. This book makes sense of Chinese priorities in its naval modernization in a 'robust' offensive realist framework. Drawing on Barry Posen's works on sources of military doctrine, it argues that the orientation of Beijing's choices concerning its naval forces can essentially be explained by China's position as a potential regional hegemon. Yves-Heng Lim highlights how a rising state develops naval power to fulfil its security objectives, a theoretical perspective that goes farther than the sole Chinese case."--Publisher's description7118ocn173819632book20050.93O'Rourke, RonaldChina naval modernization implications for U.S. navy capabilities -- background and issues for CongressIn the current debate over future U.S. defense spending, including deliberations taking place in the current Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR), a key issue is how much emphasis to place on programs for countering improved Chinese military forces in coming years552ocn065341009book20060.92O'Rourke, RonaldThe impact of Chinese naval modernization on the future of the United States NavyDenne lille men meget aktuelle håndbog, beskæftiger sig med Kinas modernisering af sine søstridskræfter. Forfatterens udgangspunkt er, at USA, og det vil sige U.S. Navy i denne forbindelse, bør følge med i dette nye våbenkapløb, både på det strategiske nukleare niveau og på det konventionelle flådeniveau+-+1496675516453ocn226308146book20080.86China naval modernization : implications for U.S. Navy capabilitiesConcern has grown in Congress and elsewhere since the 1990s about China's military modernization. Several of the U.S. Navy's most expensive acquisition programs, as well as Navy initiatives for homeporting ships and for training sailors, are for developing or maintaining capabilities that could be useful or critical in countering improved Chinese maritime military capabilities in coming years. The issue for Congress addressed in this report is: How should China's military modernization be factored into decisions about U.S. Navy programs?+-+5452109516405ocn021240505book19870.93Dang dai Zhongguo hai junHistory313ocn055643083book20040.96Liu, ChuanbiaoZhongguo jin dai hai jun zhi guan biaoNaval historyRegisters311ocn011495755book19820.92Breyer, SiegfriedDie Marine der Volksrepublik China292ocn022846760book19890.95Hai jun shiHistory+-+9788698225Thu Oct 16 15:38:52 EDT 2014batch23346