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Author Cronin, Patrick M., 1958- author

Title Tailored coercion : competition and risk in maritime Asia / by Patrick M. Cronin, Ely Ratner, Elbridge Colby, Zachary M. Hosford and Alexander Sullivan
Published Washington, DC : Center for a New American Security, [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (29 pages) : color maps
Contents I. Introduction -- II. Introduction : the contours of tailored coercion in maritime Asia -- III. U.S. and its allies' responses -- IV. Responding to tailored coercion : the diplomatic, institutional and legal dimensions -- V. Conclusion : the agenda ahead
Summary The authors recommend a multifaceted U.S. approach to the East and South China Seas, urging U.S. policymakers to wrestle with difficult questions about how to encourage China to move toward compromise and cooperation in the maritime domain, as well as how to respond should Beijing choose to follow a different path. The report notes that China's military modernization will continue to test the resolve of the United States, its willingness and ability to reassure allies and partners and deter major conflict, particularly in light of U.S. defense budget cuts, and broader questions about the future of America's role in the world
Notes "March 2014."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 26-29)
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (CNAS, viewed March 28, 2014)
Subject Diplomatic relations.
Military policy.
Strategic aspects of individual places.
China -- Foreign relations -- East Asia
China -- Foreign relations -- South Asia
China -- Foreign relations -- United States
China -- Military policy
East Asia -- Foreign relations -- China
East China Sea -- Strategic aspects
South Asia -- Foreign relations -- China
South China Sea -- Strategic aspects
United States -- Foreign relations -- China
United States -- Military policy
China.
East Asia.
East China Sea.
South Asia.
South China Sea.
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Center for a New American Security, publisher