Rising Tensions in the South China Sea

Impact on Regional Geopolitics and Defense Spending
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Published: 25 Nov 2016

Spurred by Chinese expansionist advances and economic potential, the South China Sea is emerging as a contentious region between regional and world powers. A look into the history of the regional conflict from the perspective of the nations involved throws light on possible geopolitical scenarios and present and future priorities. The nations involved in this conflict have a diverse set of procurement needs, priorities, and strategies. Manufacturers should be cognizant of these needs when developing their market entry/expansion/consolidation strategies. This research service highlights procurement priorities, purchase patterns, expected future defense procurement and expected geopolitical courses of action. It aims to connect the dots between geopolitics, defense spending, and purchase patterns while providing the reader with a history of the dispute and how it may play out in the future.



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