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|Title: ||中共亞丁灣護航 : 發展、特色及影響 (2008-2016)|
|Other Titles: ||PLA Navy escort missionss in the Aden Gulf (2008-2016) : development, characteristics and influence|
|Authors: ||黃丞佑;Huang, Cheng-Yu|
林中斌;沈明室;Lin, Chong-pin;Shen, Ming-Shih
|Keywords: ||解放軍海軍;護航;亞丁灣;PLAN;Escort;Aden Gulf|
|Issue Date: ||2017-08-24 23:56:35 (UTC+8)|
Since 2008, piracy off the Somali coast has brought the shipping industry around the world a huge damage, also a severe impact on the economics of the international community. On June 2008, Security Council of the United Nations has adopted a resolution, calling all member states sending their navies to help Somalian interim government conducting anti-piracy measures. Nations around the world and international organizations respond to the resolution by sending forces to run operations against piracy. China also declared that a task force will be deployed to Gulf of Aden to conduct escort missions on the end of December 2008.
The escort missions in the Gulf of Aden, is the first time for China to join the military operation authorized internationally. It is also the first oversea deployment for the PLA Navy. The escort missions in the Gulf of Aden, is a meaningful breakthrough for China, which has been long isolated in international naval co-operations. The change of China’s attitude toward international affairs, can observed though the deployment of the Chinese navy ships to join the anti-piracy operations, China’s active operations of escort missions, and the benefit brought by these actions. So far, China has send task forces 22 times, the trials and learnings in the early period, the use of force and operation are worth research and analysis.
The PLA Navy goes beyond the coastal waters, has not only overcome the geographical limits of the two oceans and three seas, but also built the mechanism for interacting with other navies through the anti-piracy missions. Chinese Navy contact the world through these co-operations and interactions, and began to be involved in the operational systems and norms of navies around the world. These changes also has an influence on China’s attitude toward dealing non-traditional security problems with military power. Furthermore, it has a significant impact to the planning of the Silk Road on the Sea, in China’s One Belt, One Road policy. A research on the Chinese escort missions in the Gulf of Aden, will not only be an observation of PLA’s development and changes, but also be the best paradigm of analyzing the Chinese use of force in the future.
|Appears in Collections:||[Graduate Institute of International Affairs And Strategic Studies] Thesis|
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