S&C review: Education About Asia

Education About ASIA 19:2 (Fall 2014): 90
Book Review Essays
Reviewed by James Holmes
One of the great questions preoccupying Asia watchers today is whether continental powers such as China, India, or Iran can go to sea by amassing enough overseas commerce, merchant and naval fleets, and forward outposts to support voyages spanning the seven seas. And if they can, how will they do business in great waters, and how should established maritime powers interact with the newcomers to safeguard longstanding interests?
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