6 edition of U.S. strategy in the Indian Ocean found in the catalog.
|Series||Praeger special studies in international politics and government|
|LC Classifications||DS335 .B49 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||77002786|
"China's strategy is motivated by two major factors," he says. "First, to project power in the Indian Ocean in rivalry not only with India but primarily with the U.S.; and second, to safeguard supplies of much-needed energy and other material sources from the Middle East and Africa.". Indian Ocean, willing cooperate with all external powers while aligning with none, to prevent strategies that might polarize the Indian Ocean region. • As the U.S. re-balances its global engagements, it is beginning to promote an “Indo-Pacific” framework that would integrate the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean into a single region.
The key to leveraging its geographic positional advantage in the Great Game of the Indian Ocean will be based on a mutual desire by India to expand its military, primarily naval, capabilities to compete with China and, a mutual desire by the U.S. and India to expand their military cooperation. The strategy aims at combining the dynamism of Asia and Africa, and envisions a greater regional integration along the coastlines of the Indian Ocean/Pacific Ocean .
Featuring contributions from some of the world’s premier researchers and practitioners in the field of naval strategy and security, this handbook covers naval security issues in diverse regions of the world, from the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean to the Arctic . As outlined in my new book, Restraining Great Powers: Soft Balancing from Empires to the Global Era, the Indian strategy has been to engage in limited hard balancing by obtaining asymmetrical military capabilities, as well as soft balancing by forming limited coalitions with the United States, Japan, Australia, and some ASEAN countries. These informal coalitions of like-minded states .
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The Indian Ocean and US Grand Strategy: Ensuring Access and Promoting Security (South Asia in World Affairs) Paperback – Novem Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle : Paperback.
The Indian Ocean and US Grand Strategy presents a range of viewpoints about whether and how the US should alter its diplomatic and military strategies for this region. Contributors examine US interests in the Indian Ocean, assess the relative critical importance or imperiled nature of these interests, and propose solutions for American strategy ranging from minimal change to maximum engagement.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bezboruah, Monoranjan, U.S. strategy in the Indian Ocean. New York: Praeger, (OCoLC) The Indian Ocean and US Grand Strategy: Ensuring Access and Promoting Security by Peter Dombrowski and Andrew C. Winner, editors, Georgetown University Press,pp. When most Americans consider the oceans of the world, most will point to either the Atlantic or the Pacific as critical to American national security.
The book, India’s Ocean Neighbourhood: Narendra Modi’s Strategy Initiatives, written by SV Seshagiri Rao is an attempt to assess India’s changing strategy towards the Indian Ocean region. Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'An Appraisal of U.S.
Strategy in the Indian Ocean' and will not need an account to access the content. U.S. strategy should focus on supporting Indian preeminence in the Indian Ocean and closer U.S.
strategy in the Indian Ocean book strategic cooperation, recognizing that there are realistic limits to this that stop well short of a full-fledged alliance.
In addition, U.S. strategy should. Key U.S. allies have also elevated the Indian Ocean in their strategic planning documents. Australia’s Defence White Paper, for example, noted that “over the period tothe Indian Ocean will join the Pacific Ocean in terms of its centrality to our maritime strategy.
This article considers how India sees the Indian Ocean, and in particular its drive to make the Indian Ocean, “India's Ocean.” Various comparisons and links are made.
Firstly there is the role and application of Mahanian tenets of “sea-power,” in particular naval projection, control of sea-routes and access to by: Indian Ocean is one of the most talked about oceans in the world today.
Its significance is multifarious: it has the most conflicts in its region and is the busiest conduit of world trade. It has also been the focus of super power rivalry during the. Book Description: The Indian Ocean, with its critical routes for global commerce, is a potentially volatile location for geopolitical strife.
Even as the region's role in the international economy and as a highway to conflict zones increases, the US has failed to advance a coherent strategy for protecting its interests in the Indian Ocean or for managing complex diplomatic relationships across.
A clear development strategy in the Indian Ocean Region for China is not only a sign of China’s self-confidence, and also a clear demonstration of China’s strategic interests in the Indian Location: Kasturi Building, Anna Salai,Mount Road, Chennai,Tamil Nadu.
This book is the inaugural volume of the Indian Ocean Research Group (IORG) and is based on a selection of papers presented at the IORG launch in Chandigarh in November The volume emphasizes the complexity and historical and contemporary geopolitical significance of the Indian Ocean.
lacks an explicit Indian Ocean strategy, many of the principles that guide its actions in the region are visible in the US military’ s treatment of the small British-owned island of Diego Garcia. (). Defining U.S. Indian Ocean Strategy. The Washington Quarterly: Vol. 35, No.
2, pp. Cited by: Reviewed by Dr. Kevin E. Grimm, Assistant Professor of History, Regent University. In The Indian Ocean and US Grand Strategy, the authors assembled by Peter Dombrowski and Andrew Winner use the concept of grand strategy to explore potential U.S.
approaches to the Indian Ocean Ladwig argues for a “neo-Nixon doctrine” of relative U.S. disengagement while. She will review her upcoming travel to the Indian Conference – or Indian Ocean Conference, sorry, and how it supports the Trump administration’s Indo-Pacific strategy.
This annual conference is hosted by the India Foundation along with its partners from Singapore, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. The Indian Ocean, with its critical routes for global commerce, is a potentially volatile location for geopolitical strife. Even as the region's role in the international economy and as a highway to conflict zones increases, the US has failed to advance a coherent strategy for protecting its interests in the Indian Ocean or for managing complex diplomatic relationships across the region.
The. The book is aimed to bring out the recent change in China’s military strategy and the increasing importance being given to power projection. An attempt is made to understand the strategic importance of the Indian Ocean and shortlist India’s maritime : Hardcover.
The Indian Ocean is strategically speaking, the most important ocean in the world because of sheer value and volume of the goods that pass through its. In this report we will learn about factors that makes Indian Ocean Region significant.
We will also focus on its geography, natural resources, trade and its strategic importance in the world.Table of Contents.
Introduction: Indian Ocean Islands: Illustrated cases on geopolitics, ocean, environment Christian Bouchard and Shafick Osman ing and bandwagoning: explaining shifts in Sri Lankan foreign policy Rajni Nayanthara Gamage and Christmas Islands: building Australia’s strategic role in the Indian Ocean David Brewster and Rory Medcalf 3.In recent years, with the rising of the strategic position of the Indian Ocean, the US put forward the “Indo-Pacific” concept and strengthened its strategic interests in the Indian Ocean, such as maintaining its dominant position, protecting the safety of sea lines of communication and continuing to control strategic chokepoints, etc.
Driven by ideology and economic factors, the US has obtained hegemony in the Indian Ocean via military deployment .