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Chokepoints: Maritime Economic Concerns in Southeast Asia
John H. Noer & David Gregory. The sea lanes through the Indonesian archipelago are of strategic importance to all nations. This study examines theses narrow sea passages -- or “chokepoints” -- in the South China Sea in light of their economic importance to all major nations. Portrays in detail the patterns of trade throughout these waterways to show the relative economic dependence of various nations on these maritime routes. Assesses the short- & long-term economic impacts of the assumed closure of each of the critical straits in the area -- regardless of the reason. Charts & maps.
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