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For the National Defense University Program: Strategies for Defeating Anti-Access/Area Denial Capabilities,

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by Richard Fisher, Jr.
Published on November 15th, 2011
PAPERS & STUDIES

IASC Fellow Richard Fisher provides a briefing that examines key “hardware” trends for air-sea battles in East Asia. Importantly, the review of China’s threat potential considers the capabilities China could bring to bear over the next two to three decades, both inside the East Asian “box” and well outside that box.

Read the Download file completed briefing here.

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