The China Seas Crisis: Which Way, Australia? sets the stage for understanding the issues at play in the China Seas as the United States of America reduces its naval presence, leaving open the opportunities for other powers in the region to assert themselves. In particular, the work’s discussion explores the ins and outs of the relationship between the People’s Republic of China, which is increasing its influence, and Australia, a longtime and staunch global ally of the United States and Great Britain. The author, Franz Kratschmer, taps his experience serving with the United Nations in East Timor and his own research into the details of the China Seas issue. He explains the historical context, the nature of the geopolitical forces at work, the particulars of the moments of conflict and the times of cooperation, and the questions that arise. The China Seas Crisis: Which Way, Australia? focuses on a region and addresses a set of questions often overlooked by the general public. If you have the sense that this is an oversight worth overcoming, then The China Seas Crisis will give you the background, facts, and analysis you need to cultivate a deeper understanding of the issues besetting the countries that ply the waters of the China Seas.
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