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Andrew S. Erickson
Andrew S. Erickson
Professor of Strategy, China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI), U.S. Naval War College
Verified email at usnwc.edu - Homepage
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China’s oil security pipe dream: the reality, and strategic consequences, of seaborne imports
AS Erickson, GB Collins
Naval War College Review 63 (2), 88-112, 2010
1232010
Using the land to control the sea? Chinese Analysts Consider the Antiship Ballistic Missile
AS Erickson, DD Yang
Naval War College Review 62 (4), 53-86, 2009
932009
Demystifying China's Defence Spending: Less Mysterious in the Aggregate
AP Liff, AS Erickson
The China Quarterly 216, 805-830, 2013
922013
Maritime geostrategy and the development of the Chinese navy in the early twenty-first century
X Qi, AS Erickson, LJ Goldstein
Naval War College Review 59 (4), 46-67, 2006
742006
China’s maritime militia
AS Erickson, CM Kennedy
CNA Corporation 7, 1-28, 2016
682016
Diego Garcia and the United States' Emerging Indian Ocean Strategy
AS Erickson, LC Walter III, JD Mikolay
Asian Security 6 (3), 214-237, 2010
682010
China’s future nuclear submarine force: insights from Chinese writings
AS Erickson, LJ Goldstein
Naval War College Review 60 (1), 54-80, 2007
662007
China goes to sea: maritime transformation in comparative historical perspective
A Erickson
Naval Institute Press, 2012
652012
Chinese theater and strategic missile force modernization and its implications for the United States
MS Chase, AS Erickson, C Yeaw
Journal of Strategic Studies 32 (1), 67-114, 2009
642009
Barriers, springboards and benchmarks: China conceptualizes the Pacific “island chains”
AS Erickson, J Wuthnow
The China Quarterly 225, 1-22, 2016
622016
China’s aircraft carrier dilemma
AS Erickson, AR Wilson
Naval War College Review 59 (4), 12-45, 2006
622006
A low-visibility force multiplier: assessing china's cruise missile ambitions
DM Gormley, AS Erickson, J Yuan
NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV FORT MCNAIR DC INST FOR NATIONAL STRATEGIC STUDIES, 2014
542014
Beijing's energy security strategy: the significance of a Chinese state-owned tanker fleet
A Erickson, G Collins
Orbis 51 (4), 665-684, 2007
542007
Gunboats for China’s new “grand canals”? Probing the Intersection of Beijing’s Naval and Oil Security Policies
A Erickson, L Goldstein
Naval War College Review 62 (2), 43-76, 2009
532009
The emerging China–EU space partnership: A geotechnological balancer
J Johnson-Freese, AS Erickson
Space policy 22 (1), 12-22, 2006
502006
Chinese anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM) development: drivers, trajectories, and strategic implications
AS Erickson
Brookings Institution Press, 2016
492016
China's Energy Strategy: The Impact on Bejing's Maritime Policies
GB Collins, AS Erickson, J Lyle, WS Murray
Naval Institute Press, 2012
482012
Beijing’s “starter carrier” and future steps
AS Erickson, AM Denmark, G Collins
Naval War College Review 65 (1), 3, 2012
46*2012
No Substitute for Experience: Chinese Anti-Piracy Operations in the Gulf of Aden
A Erickson, A Strange
China Maritime Studies Institute, U.S. Naval War College, 2013
45*2013
China Maritime Report No. 1: China’s Third Sea Force, The People’s Armed Forces Maritime Militia: Tethered to the PLA
CM Kennedy, AS Erickson
China Maritime Studies Institute, US Naval War College, 2017
422017
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