Maritime strategy and national security in Japan and Britain [electronic resource] : from the first alliance to post-9/11 / edited by Alessio Patalano
- Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2012.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (xxv, 255 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps
- Restrictions on Access:
- Available to subscribing member institutions only.
- Introduction -- Maritime strategy and national security in Japan and Britain / Alessio Patalano -- Strategic partnership and military rivalry across the oceans -- the fulcrum of power: Britain, Japan and the Asia-Pacific region, 1880-1945 / John Ferris -- Sea power and Anglo-Japanese military relations, 1863-1923 / Haruo Tohmatsu -- Britain's strategic view of Japanese naval power, 1923-1942 / Douglas Ford -- Strategic priorities from the Cold War to Iraq -- Balancing threat perceptions and strategic priorities: Japan's post-war defence policy / Noboru Yamaguchi -- British defence policy and the transformation of the Royal Navy in the Cold War and beyond / Eric Grove -- Punching below the weight: Japan's post-Cold War expeditionary missions / Chiyuki Aoi -- Maritime strategy in an interdependent world -- the political and normative constraints to Japan's national security / Guibourg Delamotte -- 'Back to an offshore future': the role of the past in Britain's contemporary defence policy / Steven Jermy -- From alliance to coalition, then where? Japan and the US Navy cooperative strategy for the twenty-first century / Yoji Koda -- Maritime strategy in Japan and the UK: the 'island nation' model in perspective / Alessio Patalano.
- 9789004212626 (electronic book), 9781906876272, and 1906876274
- AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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