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Accession Number ADA562306
Title Framing the China Dynamic.
Publication Date Apr 2012
Media Count 103p
Personal Author Z. S. King
Abstract In January 2012, the United States Secretary of Defense released a strategy document entitled, 'Sustaining U.S. Global Leadership: Priorities for 21st Century Defense.' U.S. national challenges, interests, priorities, and goals were detailed and as a result, direction and guidance were set forth to shift U.S. strategic priorities and resources to the Asia-Pacific region. If the United States' strategy for the Asia-Pacific region and China is not properly framed and does not evolve with regional and global challenges, the United States risks failure to successfully execute national guidance and risks conflict in the region. Strategy implementation is attainable and desired end- states can be achieved only through a better understanding of the dynamics associated with a rising power, the Asia-Pacific region, its history, the complex relationships involved, existing perspectives and perceptions, current tensions and flashpoints, and an assessment of the strategic risks. Strategic recommendations for the United States will focus on strengthening theoretical awareness of Chinese history and culture, maintaining a regional focus, management of flashpoints, continuous problem framing, thoughtful modernization, and an overall strategy of engagement with China that will enable the United States to successfully execute national guidance, achieve national goals, pursue national interests, and maintain national security.
Keywords Asia-pacific region
Asian(Association of southeast asian nations)
Australia
China
Conflict
Confucianism
Crisis management
Culture
Defense agreements
Engagement
Flashpoint management
Government(Foreign)
History
India
Indonesia
International relations
Japan
Military exercises
Military forces(Foreign)
Military forces(United states)
Military-to-military relations
Multipolarity
North korea
Perceived american decline
Perception(Psychology)
Philippines
Political alliances
Risk analysis
South china sea
South korea
Strategic guidance 2012
Strategy
Taiwan
Territorial disputes
Thailand
Theses
United states government
Vietnam
Warring states period


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 92E - International Relations
74 - Military Sciences
Corporate Author National Defense Univ., Norfolk, VA. Joint Advanced Warfighting School.
Document Type Thesis
Title Note Master's thesis.
NTIS Issue Number 1225
Contract Number N/A

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