タイトルMaritime Strategy and Global Order: Markets, Resources, Security
著者・編者
  • Daniel Moran
  • James A. Russell 編集
出版社;Georgetown Univ Pr
出版年;2016年
ISBN;9781626160729
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

Taken for granted as the natural order of things, peace at sea is in fact an immense and recent achievement--but also an enormous strategic challenge if it is to be maintained in the future. In Maritime Strategy and Global Order, an international roster of top scholars offers historical perspectives and contemporary analysis to explore the role of naval power and maritime trade in creating the international system.

The book begins in the early days of the industrial revolution with the foundational role of maritime strategy in building the British Empire. It continues into the era of naval disorder surrounding the two world wars, through the passing of the Pax Britannica and the rise of the Pax Americana, and then examines present-day regional security in hot spots like the South China Sea and Arctic Ocean. Additional chapters engage with important related topics such as maritime law, resource competition, warship evolution since the end of the Cold War, and naval intelligence.

A first-of-its-kind collection, Maritime Strategy and Global Order offers scholars, practitioners, students, and others with an interest in maritime history and strategic issues an absorbing long view of the role of the sea in creating the world we know.

著者について

Daniel Moran is a professor of international and military history in the Department of National Security Affairs at the US Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. His books include Wars of National Liberation.

James A. Russell is an associate professor in the Department of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School and the author of Innovation, Transformation, and War: Counterinsurgency Operations in Anbar and Ninewa Provinces, Iraq, 2005-2007.

目次
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction Daniel Moran and James A. Russell 
  • Part I: Long War-Long Peace
  • 1. The Pax Britannica and the Advent of GlobalizationAndrew Lambert
  • 2. The Great Disorder: Maritime Strategy in the World Wars, 1914-1945Daniel Moran
  • 3. The Cold War at SeaGeoffrey Till Part II: Regional Security
  • 4. Middle Sea: The MediterraneanGiuseppe Schivardi
  • 5. Maritime Strategy in the South China SeaAlessio Patalano
  • 6. The Arctic: From Frozen Desert to Open Polar Sea?Klaus Dodds
  • 7. The Indian OceanJames A. RussellPart III: Architecture
  • 8. The Warship since the End of the Cold WarLarrie D. Ferreiro
  • 9. The Influence of Law on Maritime StrategySteven Haines
  • 10. Mahan Revisited: Globalization, Resource Dependency, and Maritime Security in the Twenty-First CenturyMichael T. Klare
  • 11. Intelligence, Information, and the Leverage of Sea PowerJohn Ferris 
  • Conclusion: Maritime Strategy and the Next World Order Daniel Moran 
  • List of Contributors 
  • Index