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Managing Sino-U.S. Air and Naval Interactions: Cold War Lessons and New Avenues of Approach
Mark E. Redden (au); Phillip C. Saunders (au)
The U.S. and China have a complex, multifaceted, and ambiguous relationship where substantial areas of cooperation coexist with ongoing strategic tensions and suspicions. One manifestation involves disputes and incidents when U.S. and Chinese military forces interact within Chinańˇ╗s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). Three high-profile incidents over the last decade have involved aggressive maneuvers by Chinese military and/or paramilitary forces operating in close proximity to deter U.S. surveillance and military survey platforms from conducting their missions. Why do these incidents continue to occur despite mechanisms designed to prevent such dangerous encounters? Could new or different procedures or policies help avoid future incidents? Contents of this report: Introduction; Existing Norms and Rules for Maritime and Air Interactions; Factors Behind the U.S.-Soviet INCSEA Agreement; Comparison of U.S.-Soviet and U.S.-China Military Encounters; The Chinese Calculus on EEZ Issues; Changing the Chinese Calculus; Conclusion. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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