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14 January 2019

Chinese Shipbuilding and Seapower: Full Steam Ahead, Destination Uncharted

Andrew S. Erickson, “Chinese Shipbuilding and Seapower: Full Steam Ahead, Destination Uncharted,” Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC), 14 January 2019.

Reprinted as “Chinese Shipbuilding and Seapower: Full Steam Ahead,” The Maritime Executive, 18 January 2019. 
Reprinted as “Chinese Seapower: Full Steam Ahead, Destination Uncharted,” RealClearDefense, 25 January 2019.
Selected as one of five 2018-19 top-vote-receiving Center for International Maritime […]

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22 April 2017

Top Vote-Getting Articles Announced from Annual CIMSEC Forum for Authors & Readers (CFAR) Competition

CFAR 2017: And the Speakers Are….

Scott Cheney-Peters, “CFAR 2017: And the Speakers Are….,” Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC), 20 April 2017.
We’re happy to announce the following speakers for the 2017 CIMSEC Forum for Authors and Readers (CFAR) on May 1st, top vote-getters in their respective categories.  Congratulations to the authors, presenters, and all the nominees!
(The subjects covered in this […]

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08 November 2016

Ellis Joffe Prize for PLA Studies: Accepting Nominations

Dear Colleague,
The National Bureau of Asian Research is accepting nominations for the Ellis Joffe Prize for PLA Studies, an award established to honor the late Ellis Joffe, a renowned China scholar, friend, and mentor to generations of PLA watchers.
Nominations should be received by January 1, 2017.
For more information about the Joffe Prize, please contact JoffePrize@nbr.org.
 
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01 September 2016

Riding a New Wave of Professionalization and Militarization: Sansha City’s Maritime Militia

Conor M. Kennedy and Andrew S. Erickson, “Riding a New Wave of Professionalization and Militarization: Sansha City’s Maritime Militia,” CIMSEC, 1 September 2016.

Selected as one of four 2016-17 top-vote-receiving Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) articles from pool chosen by the think tank’s leadership, 20 April 2017.

On 21 July 2013, several dozen Sansha City “residents” […]

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19 April 2016

CFAR 2016 Presentation Updating Award-Winning Article: “China’s Daring Vanguard, Introducing Sanya City’s Maritime Militia”

Andrew S. Erickson and Conor M. Kennedy, “China’s Maritime Militia: An Update,” one of five presentations of 2015-16 top-vote-receiving Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) articles from set selected by the think tank’s leadership at “CIMSEC Forum for Authors and Readers (CFAR) 2016 Forum: Maritime Security, Technology, and Foreign Policy,” CIMSEC, hosted at CNA Corporation, Arlington, VA, 24 […]

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05 November 2015

China’s Daring Vanguard: Introducing Sanya City’s Maritime Militia

Andrew S. Erickson and Conor M. Kennedy, “China’s Daring Vanguard: Introducing Sanya City’s Maritime Militia,” Center for International Maritime Security, 5 November 2015.

Selected as one of six 2015-16 top-vote-receiving Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) articles from pool chosen by the think tank’s leadership, 24 March 2016.

The following is the first in a five-part series meant to shed […]

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08 September 2009

Using the Land to Control the Sea? Chinese Analysts Consider the Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile

Andrew S. Erickson and David D. Yang, “Using the Land to Control the Sea? Chinese Analysts Consider the Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile,” Naval War College Review 62.4 (Autumn 2009): 53-86.
This article won the Naval War College Foundation Capt. Hugh G. Nott Prize (second place) in 2009, has been posted on U.S. Fleet Forces Command Website, and is […]

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01 May 2009

On the Verge of a Game-Changer

Andrew S. Erickson and David Yang, “On the Verge of a Game-Changer,” U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 135.3 (May 2009): 26-32.
This article won the U.S. Naval Institute 2009 General Prize Essay Contest (Third Prize), and is referenced and linked in Wikipedia’s “Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile” entry.
A Chinese antiship ballistic missile could alter the rules in the Pacific and place U.S. […]

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10 April 2009

Gunboats for China’s New ‘Grand Canals’? Probing the Intersection of Beijing’s Naval and Energy Security Policies

Andrew S. Erickson and Lyle J. Goldstein, “Gunboats for China’s New ‘Grand Canals’? Probing the Intersection of Beijing’s Naval and Energy Security Policies,” Naval War College Review 62.2 (Spring 2009): 43-76.
This article won the Naval War College Foundation Capt. Hugh G. Nott Prize (honorable mention) in 2009.
China’s seaborne energy imports have become as vital a lifeline […]

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01 October 2006

China’s Aircraft Carrier Dilemma

Andrew S. Erickson and Andrew R. Wilson, “China’s Aircraft Carrier Dilemma,” Naval War College Review 59.4 (Autumn 2006): 13-45.

This article won the Naval War College Foundation Capt. Hugh G. Nott Prize (first place) in 2006.
It was also selected as a “Must Read” by the Council on Foreign Relations (an “index of the best online analyses and […]

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