Economic Entanglements

Friedman, Norman
May 2009
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;May2009, Vol. 135 Issue 5, p168
Conference Proceeding
In this article the author discusses the March 2009 development of Chinese ships trying to drive off two U.S. Navy ocean surveillance ships operating in international waters off northern China. He states that this incident may be for testing U.S. President Barack Obama's new administration or a harassment to the U.S. Navy. He remarks that the Chinese should think of combining economics and nationalism in some other way, and that their leadership should understand its connection with the U.S.


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