Navies and Maritime Policies in the South Atlantic
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This edited volume analyzes national security issues with maritime implications, and, specifically, naval projects and postures of main South Atlantic countries: Brazil, Argentina, Nigeria, and South Africa. Additionally, it provides comprehensive and multi-level analysis of the interplay among national interests in the processes of demarcation of limits of the continental shelf and contention among Uruguay, Chile, Argentina, and the United Kingdom in the Southern Atlantic and the Antarctica. This book will interest scholars, researchers, and students in the fields of Latin American politics,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This edited volume analyzes national security issues with maritime implications, and, specifically, naval projects and postures of main South Atlantic countries: Brazil, Argentina, Nigeria, and South Africa. Additionally, it provides comprehensive and multi-level analysis of the interplay among national interests in the processes of demarcation of limits of the continental shelf and contention among Uruguay, Chile, Argentina, and the United Kingdom in the Southern Atlantic and the Antarctica. This book will interest scholars, researchers, and students in the fields of Latin American politics, regional studies, foreign and defense policy, and maritime security.
Autorenporträt
Érico Duarte is Professor at Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.Manuel Correia de Barros is Founder and Deputy Chairman at the Center for Strategic Studies of Angola, Angola.
Inhaltsangabe
1. IntroductionÉrico Duarte
2. Maritime Security and Governance of the South Atlantic: The Nigerian PerspectivePaul G. Adogamhe
3. The South African Navy and Regional Maritime Security: The Dilemma of Political-strategic Objectives and Financial ConstraintsTheodore Neethling
4. The Expansion of Argentine Limits in the Continental Shelf: Implications in the International ScopeRodrigo Gonzales and Sergio Caplan
5. The UK and Argentina: Economic Interdependence, Informal Empire or Just Good Friends?Martin Robson
6. Gateway and Neighbourhood: Brazilian Perspectives on South Atlantic SecurityRodrigo Baena Soares and Claudio Medeiros Leopoldino
7. Brazil and the Construction of its Power to Defend the South AtlanticJuliano Cortinhas
8. ConclusionManuel Correia de Barros
Rezensionen
"The book talks much more about South Atlantic navies than any other book ever published on the subject. ... Navies and Maritime Policies in the South Atlantic is essential reading for those interested in Maritime Security as it provides a careful insight into the current issues and threats to Maritime Policies in the South Atlantic." (Andrea L. F. Resende de Souza, E-International Relations, e-ir.info, June 24, 2020)