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Title China goes to sea : maritime transformation in comparative historical perspective / edited by Andrew S. Erickson, Lyle J. Goldstein, and Carnes Lord

Publ Info Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press, 2009
 RWU Main Library  DS739 .C419 2009    AVAILABLE
 URI  DS739 C419 2009    AVAILABLE
Descript xxxvi, 485 pages : maps ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction: Chinese perspectives on maritime transformation / Andrew S. Erickson and Lyle J. Goldstein -- Persia : multinational naval power / Gregory Gilbert -- Sparta's maritime moment / Barry Strauss -- Rome dominates the Mediterranean / Arthur M. Eckstein -- Ottoman sea power and the decline of the Mediterranean world / Jakub Grygiel -- France : maritime empire, continental commitment / James Pritchard -- Imperial Russia : two models of maritime transformation / Jacob W. Kipp -- Imperial Germany : continental titan, global aspirant / Holger H. Herwig -- Soviet Russia : the rise and fall of a superpower navy / Milan Vego -- The maritime transformations of Ming China / Andrew R. Wilson -- The neglect and nadir of Chinese maritime policy under the Qing / Bruce A. Elleman -- More red than expert : Chinese sea power during the Cold War / Bernard D. Cole -- Strong foundation : contemporary Chinese shipbuilding prowess / Gabriel Collins and Michael Grubb -- China's navy today : looking toward blue water / Eric A. McVadon -- China studies the rise of great powers / Andrew S. Erickson and Lyle J. Goldstein -- China and maritime transformations / Carnes Lord
LC subject China -- History, Naval
Sea-power -- China -- History
Naval art and science -- China -- History
Naval history
Sea-power -- History
Naval art and science -- History
Add Author Erickson, Andrew S
Goldstein, Lyle
Lord, Carnes
ISBN 9781591142423 (acid-free paper)
1591142423 (acid-free paper)