Rising Tensions in the South China Sea

Impact on Regional Geopolitics and Defense Spending

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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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Rising Tensions in the South China SeaExecutive SummaryKey FindingsCEO’s PerspectiveQuestions that the Study Should AnswerChina and The South China SeaOverview of the South China Sea DisputeOverview of the South China Sea Dispute—Historical ContextOverview of the South China Sea Dispute—Historical Context (continued)China—Territorial Claims and Regions of ContentionChina and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other CountriesChina and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other Countries (continued)Chinese ResponseChina—Importance of the South China Sea RegionChina—Defense Budget and Purchase PatternsChina—Expected Course of ActionMalaysiaMalaysia—Territorial Claims and Regions of ContentionMalaysia and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other CountriesMalaysia and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other Countries (continued)Malaysia—Importance of the South China Sea RegionMalaysia—Defense Budget and Purchase PatternsMalaysia—Defense Budget and Purchase Patterns (continued)Malaysia—Expected ProcurementMalaysia—What Should OEMs Expect?Malaysia—Expected Course of ActionVietnamVietnam—Territorial Claims and Regions of ContentionVietnam and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other CountriesVietnam and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other Countries (continued)Vietnam—Importance of the South China Sea RegionVietnam—Defense Budget and Purchase PatternsVietnam—Expected ProcurementVietnam—What Should OEMs Expect?Vietnam—Expected Course of ActionPhilippines Philippines—Territorial Claims and Regions of ContentionPhilippines and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other CountriesPhilippines and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other Countries (continued)Philippines and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other Countries (continued)Philippines and The South China Sea—Historical Context and Relations with Other Countries (continued)Philippines—Defense Budget and Purchase PatternsPhilippines—Expected ProcurementPhilippines—What Should OEMs Expect?Philippines—Expected Course of ActionBruneiBrunei—Territorial Claims and Regions of ContentionBrunei and The South China SeaBrunei and The South China Sea (continued)TaiwanTaiwan*—Defense Budget and Purchase PatternsTaiwan—Expected ProcurementTaiwan—What Should OEMs Expect?Taiwan—Expected Course of ActionThe Last WordThe Last Word—Expected Courses of ActionThe Last Word—Expected Courses of Action (continued)The Last Word—Defense ProcurementThe Last Word—Defense Procurement (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixAcronymsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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