Maritime Security Research Paper

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to conquered or invade a countries. And the ideas came out to conquer the air we need use the aircraft of course not the ordinary one which mean the aircraft that prepare for war. And in the sea they used the submarine to take control of the sea. And as we know US as the super power countries have this two things in an advance level. Because in this paper we are talking about the maritime security, it exactly talking about the naval or sea power. A lot of people was wondering why maritime security can change everything such as military, economy, the system in one state, especially a defense policy in a state. Well the answer is obvious because when we are talking The safety and economic security of the United States depends upon the secure…show more content…
These plans will be updated on a periodic basis in response to changes in the maritime feat, the world environment, and national security policies. Together, the National Strategy for Maritime Security and its eight supporting plans present a comprehensive national effort to promote global economic stability and protect legitimate activities while preventing hostile or illegal acts within the maritime domain . The safety and economic security of the United States depend in substantial part upon the secure use of the world's oceans. The United States has a vital national interest in maritime security. The United States must take full advantage of strengthened alliances and other international cooperative arrangements, innovations in the use of law enforcement personnel and military forces, advances in technology, and strengthened intelligence collection, analysis, and…show more content…
And when one country can possess this power of course 75% it can dominate some powerful countries. Some the expert believe that Sea power is an important facilitator of economic power. While economic power is the motivator for sea power. In order hand Navies/naval warfare is only military element of sea power (operates not only on the surface of ocean but in depths below the ocean and the air above the ocean. And also the win pillar of naval warfare are to affects events on land and to control the use of the sea. So how the US influence Japan’s defense policy. Here is the history. In the first two decades of the 20th century, the Japanese Empire concluded a maritime alliance with Great Britain and pursued cooperation with the US under the Washington Conference system as the fundamental axis of its foreign policy. Although the Japanese Empire was during this time strongly oriented towards maritime alliances, in the end it chose to follow the path of becoming
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