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India's Strategy in the South China Sea (eBook,...
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The tensions in the South China Sea pose considerable challenges to the rules-based liberal international maritime order. The situation demonstrates the interplay between maritime nationalism and geostrategic rivalry; fuelling militarisation and endangering freedom of navigation, over-flight and exploitation of natural resources. China's dedicated "terraclaims", land reclamation and island-building spree - enhanced with military surveillance, communications and logistics infrastructure-building in the form of port facilities, military installations and airstrips - have escalated these tensions. China declares that these territories are an integral part of its "core interests", taking an uncompromising stance on the question of sovereignty and its determination to protect the domain militarily. India, although not a South China Sea littoral state, sees both the general principle of the rules-based order and the specific issue of navigation between the Indian and Pacific Oceans as core to its own national interest. Chakraborti and Chakraborty assess the rationale and implications of India's strategies and responses vis-à-vis the South China Sea dispute, and their impact on its overall "Act East" initiative in Southeast Asia policy. They also analyse the implications of India's stance on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), five member-states of which (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam) are involved in territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea. The analysis focuses on the administrative tenures of both the United Progressive Alliance from 2004 until 2014 and the National Democratic Alliance from 2014 onwards.

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India's Strategy in the South China Sea (eBook,...
40,95 € *
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The tensions in the South China Sea pose considerable challenges to the rules-based liberal international maritime order. The situation demonstrates the interplay between maritime nationalism and geostrategic rivalry; fuelling militarisation and endangering freedom of navigation, over-flight and exploitation of natural resources. China's dedicated "terraclaims", land reclamation and island-building spree - enhanced with military surveillance, communications and logistics infrastructure-building in the form of port facilities, military installations and airstrips - have escalated these tensions. China declares that these territories are an integral part of its "core interests", taking an uncompromising stance on the question of sovereignty and its determination to protect the domain militarily. India, although not a South China Sea littoral state, sees both the general principle of the rules-based order and the specific issue of navigation between the Indian and Pacific Oceans as core to its own national interest. Chakraborti and Chakraborty assess the rationale and implications of India's strategies and responses vis-à-vis the South China Sea dispute, and their impact on its overall "Act East" initiative in Southeast Asia policy. They also analyse the implications of India's stance on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), five member-states of which (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam) are involved in territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea. The analysis focuses on the administrative tenures of both the United Progressive Alliance from 2004 until 2014 and the National Democratic Alliance from 2014 onwards.

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India's Strategy in the South China Sea (eBook,...
40,95 € *
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The tensions in the South China Sea pose considerable challenges to the rules-based liberal international maritime order. The situation demonstrates the interplay between maritime nationalism and geostrategic rivalry; fuelling militarisation and endangering freedom of navigation, over-flight and exploitation of natural resources. China's dedicated "terraclaims", land reclamation and island-building spree - enhanced with military surveillance, communications and logistics infrastructure-building in the form of port facilities, military installations and airstrips - have escalated these tensions. China declares that these territories are an integral part of its "core interests", taking an uncompromising stance on the question of sovereignty and its determination to protect the domain militarily. India, although not a South China Sea littoral state, sees both the general principle of the rules-based order and the specific issue of navigation between the Indian and Pacific Oceans as core to its own national interest. Chakraborti and Chakraborty assess the rationale and implications of India's strategies and responses vis-à-vis the South China Sea dispute, and their impact on its overall "Act East" initiative in Southeast Asia policy. They also analyse the implications of India's stance on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), five member-states of which (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam) are involved in territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea. The analysis focuses on the administrative tenures of both the United Progressive Alliance from 2004 until 2014 and the National Democratic Alliance from 2014 onwards.

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Stand: 17.02.2020
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India's Strategy in the South China Sea (eBook,...
40,95 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The tensions in the South China Sea pose considerable challenges to the rules-based liberal international maritime order. The situation demonstrates the interplay between maritime nationalism and geostrategic rivalry; fuelling militarisation and endangering freedom of navigation, over-flight and exploitation of natural resources. China's dedicated "terraclaims", land reclamation and island-building spree - enhanced with military surveillance, communications and logistics infrastructure-building in the form of port facilities, military installations and airstrips - have escalated these tensions. China declares that these territories are an integral part of its "core interests", taking an uncompromising stance on the question of sovereignty and its determination to protect the domain militarily. India, although not a South China Sea littoral state, sees both the general principle of the rules-based order and the specific issue of navigation between the Indian and Pacific Oceans as core to its own national interest. Chakraborti and Chakraborty assess the rationale and implications of India's strategies and responses vis-à-vis the South China Sea dispute, and their impact on its overall "Act East" initiative in Southeast Asia policy. They also analyse the implications of India's stance on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), five member-states of which (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam) are involved in territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea. The analysis focuses on the administrative tenures of both the United Progressive Alliance from 2004 until 2014 and the National Democratic Alliance from 2014 onwards.

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An Alliance Network View of Stock Market Respon...
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An Alliance Network View of Stock Market Responses to Alliances ab 35.9 EURO Alliance Announcements by Biotechnology Firms in an Era of Industry Ferment

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Consumer Responses To Service Failure Events In...
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In the past decade service firms have committed significant resources to operational aspects of collaborative business arrangements such as strategic alliances. Yet, there is little research on consumer responses to service failures in settings that involve multiple organizations in the service provision. The current investigation addresses this critical issue in the strategic airline alliance context. Analyzing in-depth interviews with business travelers in Hong Kong, and results of experiments with students in the United States and frequent business travelers from the Asia-Pacific region, it is suggested that consumer responses differ significantly, depending on which alliance entity is evaluated (home carrier, partner airline, alliance). Identification of consumers with a particular airline, the mood they are in prior the service encounter, and which alliance airline caused the service failure emerged as important factors influencing consumer responses. These findings provide important insights on the differential impacts of service failures in multiple service provider settings, and should be especially useful for airline, marketing, and alliance executives.

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PROBLEMATIC ALLIANCES
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Alliances can be seen as unstable organisational entities. Estimations of alliance failure rates range up to 60%, often due to problematic situations caused by changing internal or external circumstances. The likelihood of alliance failure increases when partners do not respond to these situations in the desired way. Hence, it has become necessary to develop a useful instrument to measure possible responses to specific problematic situations in alliances. In this work, a circumplex representation of the seven response strategies (exit propensity, opportunism, aggressive voice, creative voice, considerate voice, patience, and neglect) is used in combination with single item measurement to develop and test a new practical measurement tool. Three different tools are tested and compared on their reliability, validity and practicality. The scenario manipulations and analyses used in this work demonstrate that the new tools are valid, reliable and useful.

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Mali Conflict of 2012-2013: A Critical Assessment
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Between 2012 and 2013, Mali has gone through the most challenging period of its history as a nation-state. From a praised democracy, the country almost collapsed after the onset of a complex set of rebellions that threatened to divide or completely erase it from the map. This book provides a three-dimensional analysis of the conflict drivers as well a deep assessment of the conflict resolution mechanisms that were set up to restore Mali control over its territory. From the outbreak of MNLA insurgent attacks in early 2012, the crafting of AZAWAD,the fluidity of MNLA alliance with ANSAR DINE, MUJAO and AQIM, the coup d'état of Sanogo and downfall of Amani Toumani Touré, the responses of ECOWAS, the 'core countries' (Algeria, Mauritania), the African Union, the role of France to the re-hatting of AFISMA and launch of MINUSMA, all crusty details and facets of the crisis are meticulously scrutinized. This book is a must-have for academics, diplomats and strategists interested the new conflict dynamics in Mali and West Africa in a global era.

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An Alliance Network View of Stock Market Respon...
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There has been no attempt to explain the variation in stock market responses to alliance announcements in an era of industry ferment, to reflect the benefits and costs associated with the evolving structural topologies of firms' alliance networks. This study investigates such effects using data from firms in the UK biotechnology industry in 1986-2000, an era of industry ferment, at the ego-network and the 'whole'-network level. The findings highlight the value of managing a firm's alliance ego-network as a strategic tool that provides network resources but also affects others' perceptions of a firm's resources and growth prospects.

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