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China, oil, and Asia, conflict ahead?

by Selig S. Harrison

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum industry and trade -- China.,
    • China -- Foreign relations -- 1949-

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSelig S. Harrison.
      ContributionsCarnegie Endowment for International Peace.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9576.C52 H37
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 317 p., [6] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages317
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4541407M
      ISBN 100231043783, 0231043791
      LC Control Number77008185

        In this book excerpt, one of Asia's greatest statesmen says competition is inevitable between China and the U.S., but conflict is not. Former Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew (LKY) gestures.   Vietnam’s leaders “can try their best to deter the Chinese” in the South China Sea, said Gregory B. Poling, a fellow in the Southeast Asia program at .

        Territorial conflict is an old story in the South China Sea, where several nations make conflicting claims on the region—and its oil and gas potential. But the escalating conflict .   By Jacob L. Shapiro. It is easy to forget that as recently as the 19th century, China and Japan were provincial backwaters. So self-absorbed and technologically primitive were East Asia’s great powers that German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel said, “The extensive tract of eastern Asia is severed from the process of general historical development.”.

      The special Sino Saturday edition of our popular newsletter for leaders, by Time Inc. international editor Clay Chandler. The String of Pearls is a geopolitical theory on potential Chinese intentions in the Indian Ocean region (IOR). It refers to the network of Chinese military and commercial facilities and relationships along its sea lines of communication, which extend from the Chinese mainland to Port Sudan in the Horn of sea lines run through several major maritime choke .


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China unveiled a new list of import tariff exemptions for six chemical and oil products from the U.S., days after the world's two largest economies announced a .A series of events led to the attack on Pearl between Japan and the United States had been a possibility that each nation's military forces planned for in the s, though real tension did not begin until the invasion of Manchuria by Japan.

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