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《Journal of Yantai University(Philosophy and Social Science Edition)》 2015-05
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On Chinese Maritime Power Strategy from the Perspective of Geopolitics

HOU Dian-qin;School of humanities,Yantai University;  
To be a powerful nation of world marine and to protect its marine rights and overseas interests,China has taken positive steps to accelerate marine resources development in recent years. Due to its export- oriented characteristics of marine rights,as well as the special geopolitical characteristics and historical reasons,the territorial and maritime disputes were heightened with neighboring countries. With the implementation of the strategy of "Asia Pacific Re- balancing",America has moved its strategic focus eastward. Increasing disputes of China with other countries was used by it,which brought great marine geopolitical pressure to China,and took serious challenges to the China marine strategy. However,peace and development remain the main theme of the present time. China should give full use of diplomatic wisdom,namely settling the maritime disputes by peaceful means of political negotiations. Among the disputes,China should particularly work on Sino- US conflict of geopolitics interests in East Asia,seeking greater cooperation between the two countries.
【Fund】: 山东省软科学研究项目“中、韩海洋产业开发战略比较研究——基于山东半岛蓝色经济区建设的视角”(2013RKB01013)研究成果;; 烟台大学东部沿海地区民族问题研究协同创新中心项目阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: D820
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