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Entries in International Law (7)

Monday
Feb072011

The Good Bad and Ugly in Afghanistan

From: Zaland Blog

By: Robert C. O'Brien

Friday
Feb042011

The United States and China vie for Influence in the Horn of Africa

Friday
Dec102010

China Looks to Cement its Future in Africa by Turning to the Past

The Huffington Post

Nairobi, Kenya -- Chinese archeologists are busy here in Kenya. They are working in the waters surrounding the Lamu archipelago on Kenya's north coast. Their goal is to find evidence of Chinese trade with Africa in the 1400s. Demonstrating such a link would show the world that China was here as a commercial and military power before the Europeans arrived. The fact that the 15th Century Chinese missions were conducted by Admiral Zheng's formidable "Treasure Fleet" is all the more important to the Chinese. As it seeks to rule the seas once again, China desires tangible symbols of its past as a naval power. Finding a sunken Chinese ship or coins in Kenyan waters would be powerful in this regard.

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Tuesday
Nov302010

The Korean crisis demonstrates the need for a strong United States Navy

From: The Daily Caller

By: Robert C. O'Brien

Saturday
Oct022010

US admiral tries to reassure on Chinese naval build-up

The Australian Conservative

It was good to see that Admiral Roughead was in Australia this week meeting with America’s closest war-fighting ally over the past century. As he was there to reassure our Pacific partner, Roughead projected confidence by noting that the Chinese aircraft carrier threat in the Pacific would take years to develop as carrier operational skills are not learned overnight.

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