Sea Power

Naval warfare is human combat in and on the sea, the ocean, or any other battlespace involving a major body of water such as a large lake or wide river.

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ISC · 29 October 2021 English

The country had recovered from the devastation of the wars with Burma at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. [...] The two happened …

Incidentally, the original Law of the Sea written by Grotius originated with problems in the seas of So, the original Law of the Sea was about problems in the South China Sea, but people have forgotten Pending that codification, of course, the sea powers can continue to navigate the South China Sea under the law of the sea. Everyone, the claimants and the sea powers, should refrain from military confrontations and provocations


IFRI · 28 October 2021 English

These formats gather middle-sized powers concerned by the negative effects of a looming bipolarization of the international system.

approach should be aimed at. However, naval and sea power are not an adequate means to fight intrastate


ORF · 29 September 2021 English

The balance of air power is also fragile and becoming increasingly adverse for India, given the two-front military challenge from Pakistan and China.

growing threats from Chinese and Pakistani sea power; and rising responsibilities within the Indian


FPRI · 27 September 2021 English

The sea has long shaped Indonesia’s strategic thinking. China’s self-proclaimed “nine-dash line” in the South China Sea. They have long worried about their weak ability to deter great powers from intruding into Indonesia’s exclusive economic zones, not to mention its strategic areas, like the Lombok, Malacca, and Sunda Straits

power: possible implications for Australia,” Sea Power Centre – Australia Soundings, May 2015, p. 8.


IFRI · 23 September 2021 English

Since 2014, Russia’s policies toward Kaliningrad Oblast—its westernmost region located between Lithuania and Poland and physically cut off from Russia’s main body—have undergone notable transformation. One crucial change was the …

means of radio-electronic warfare will change sea power], Izvestia, 22 November 2020, available at: www


MP-IDSA · 16 September 2021 English

The latest edition of the Review was titled Major Powers and the Korean Peninsula: Politics, Policies and Perspectives, wherein it situated some of the critical issues in the Korean theatre within the competing geopolitical interests, strategic choices and policy debates among the major powers. [...] The second edited book titled The Korean Peninsula and Indo-Pacific Power: 20 Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses Status Security at Stake, assesses the strategic linkages that the Korean Peninsula

Sanjaya Baru, “Indian Ocean Perspectives: From Sea Power to Ocean Prosperity”, Volume 43, Issue 5, September-October


FPRI · 9 September 2021 English

Ford-class nuclear-powered, large carrier   Light carriers based on amphibious warfare ships of the Wasp and America class French nuclear-powered carrier Charles de Gaulle or conventionally powered British What are the missions for air power at sea as the United States again confronts great power rivals in the form of the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation? Can carrier aviation survive as an effective component of U.S. power projection and sea control capabilities without the kind of longer-range strike aircraft that it possessed during the Cold War?

that links the whole area together in terms of sea power.38 As in the great conflicts of the 20th century impactful tool of choice for political uses of sea power. Their reduced numbers, however, limit the opportunity


Cato Institute · 2 September 2021 English

Reading some of the commentary, one could be forgiven for believing that the United States was a major commercial shipbuilding force in the post‐​World War II era until it was …

com/magazine/2021/06/01/why-america-must-be-a-sea-power/ https://www.maritime.dot.gov/history/histori


Lowy Institute for International Policy · 9 August 2021 English

Key Findings China’s recent military development constitutes the greatest expansion of maritime and aerospace power in generations and is most obviously seen in its expanding long-range missile force, But China has the military and industrial potential to field a long-range power projection capacity that would dwarf anything Japan threatened Australia with during the Second World War.

China has grown to become the world’s premier sea power by most measures. China already holds first place have its hands full with US and allied air and sea power within the region. Assuming ongoing US involvement challenges may sap the relative strength of US sea power in the region. The US shipbuilding program is Li/Getty Images. 1 Peter Howarth, China’s Rising Sea Power: The PLA Navy’s Submarine Challenge (London,


RSIS · 6 July 2021 English

The Centre for N TS Studies was the positive outcome of the School’s success in Non-Traditional Security (NTS) research and Ambassador its role as the Secretariat of the Consortium Barry …

Australian M aritime Affairs No. 21. Canberra: Sea Power, 2008 Trends in Asian Terrorism - Rohan Gunaratna Australian M aritime Affairs No. 21. Canberra: Sea Power Centre, 2008, pp. 183-187 The Compulsory Pilotage


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