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The rise of China vs. the logic of strategy / Edward N. Luttwak.

By: Luttwak, Edward.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: UA835 .L887 2012Publication: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2012Description: ix, 310 p.ISBN: 9780674066427.Subject(s): China -- Strategic aspects | China -- Military policy | China -- Foreign relations -- 1976- | Geopolitics -- China
Contents:
The fallacy of unresisted aggrandizement -- Premature assertiveness -- Great-state autism defined -- Historical residues in Chinese conduct -- The coming geo-economic resistance to the rise of China -- China's aggrandizement and global reactions -- The inevitable analogy -- Could China adopt a successful grand strategy? -- The strategic unwisdom of the ancients -- Strategic competence: the historical record -- The inevitability of mounting resistance -- Why current policies will persist -- Australia: weaving a coalition -- Japan: disengaging from disengagement -- Defiant Vietnam: the newest American ally? -- South Korea: a model Tianxia subordinate? -- Mongolia: northern outpost of the coalition? -- Indonesia: from ostracism to coalition? -- The Philippines: how to make enemies -- Norway: Norway? Norway! -- The three China policies of the United States -- Conclusions and predictions.
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Includes bibliographic references and index.

The fallacy of unresisted aggrandizement -- Premature assertiveness -- Great-state autism defined -- Historical residues in Chinese conduct -- The coming geo-economic resistance to the rise of China -- China's aggrandizement and global reactions -- The inevitable analogy -- Could China adopt a successful grand strategy? -- The strategic unwisdom of the ancients -- Strategic competence: the historical record -- The inevitability of mounting resistance -- Why current policies will persist -- Australia: weaving a coalition -- Japan: disengaging from disengagement -- Defiant Vietnam: the newest American ally? -- South Korea: a model Tianxia subordinate? -- Mongolia: northern outpost of the coalition? -- Indonesia: from ostracism to coalition? -- The Philippines: how to make enemies -- Norway: Norway? Norway! -- The three China policies of the United States -- Conclusions and predictions.

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