Shaping Air and Sea Power for the "Asia Pivot"

Kraig, Michael; Perkowski, Leon
June 2013
Strategic Studies Quarterly;Summer2013, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p114
Academic Journal
The authors present their views on increasing military hostility between China and the U.S. The authors also suggest different ways fiord the U.S. Department of defense to strategize and conceptualize military procurements to be prepared for any events in enemy territory. However, the author also states that in the interest of common economic development it is important that China and the U.S. have good economic relations.


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