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Jumlah Pengunjung:88
Jenis Bahan Pustaka:Monograf
Jenis Koleksi:Koleksi Biasa
Nomor Panggil:355 FRI b
Pengarang:Friedberg, Aaron L.
Judul:Beyond Air-Sea Battle The Debate Over Us Military Strategy In Asia
Penerbitan:IISS
Deskripsi Fisik:155 hal.; 23 cm.
Subjek: Ilmu Militer
Catatan:China's military build-up, particularly the expansion of its long-range nuclear forces and its development of anti-access/area-denial (A2/AD) capabilities poses a serious threat to both the American position in East Asia, and the security of other regional powers. The growth of these factors challenges Washington's ability, and perhaps its willingness, to project power into region. This could call American security guarantees into question, eventually undermining the United States' places as the dominant Asia-Pasific power. Left unchecked, perceived shifts in the regional military balance away from the US and its allies towards China could also raise the risks of miscalculation and detterence failure. After a decade spent emphasising counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism operations, finding a credible response to China's A2/AD capabilities is now the central task confronting US military planners. This Adelphi analyses the debate over the future of US military strategy in Asia. It identifies and assesses three approaches to the problem; highlights their likely implications for weapons procurement, force posture and alliance cohesion; and outlines a potential synthesis combining elements of each.
ISBN / ISNM / ISSN: 978-1-138-80832-4
DDC:355
JUMLAH EKSEMPLAR:2
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