Asymmetric naval warfare in the Taiwan StraitAlex Calvo2015-04-15
The recent landing in Taiwan by two USMC F/A-18C Hornet, allegedly due to a mechanical fault and the object of a prompt protest by Beijing, has served as a reminder of the Island’s key location. Sitting astride essential sea lanes of communication (SLOCs), halfway between Japan and South
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Alex Calvo, a guest professor at Nagoya University (Japan), focuses on security and defense policy, international law, and military history, in the Indian-Pacific Ocean Region. A member of the Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC), he is writing a book about Asia's role and contribution to the Allied victory in the Great War. He tweets at Alex__Calvo and his work can be found at https://nagoya-u.academia.edu/AlexCalvo