By Jared Samuelson
This week, we are joined by two of our editors and CIMSEC contributors, Jonathan Selling and Collin Fox. They have each written on Taiwan for CIMSEC within the last year and join the program to discuss Taiwan and sea denial.
Download Sea Control 286 – Taiwan and Sea Denial with Collin Fox and Jonathan Selling
1. “The Porcupine in No Man’s Sea: Arming Taiwan for Sea Denial,“ by Collin Fox, CIMSEC, August 4, 2021.
2. “Between the Giants: The Future of the Taiwanese Navy in an Era of Great Power Competition,“ by Jonathan Selling, CIMSEC, September 18, 2020.
Jared Samuelson is Co-Host and Executive Producer of the Sea Control podcast. Contact him at Seacontrol@cimsec.org.
This episode was edited and produced by Joshua Groover.
3 thoughts on “Sea Control 286 — Taiwan and Sea Denial with Collin Fox and Jonathan Selling”
The issue of Taiwan remains incomplete until there is a discussion as to why the US helped Maoist China become a permanent Security Council member in October 1971, and by that, removed Taiwan who was a permanent Security Council member since 1945. till then China was in the General Assembly and had no real power. It would help to include the backdrop of the Cultural Revolution which was ongoing. it began in 1966 and ended in 1976
We all know why. Keep China and the Soviet split real and ongoing. Something we could learn from now.
Why is no one looking at S Korea from a maritime perspective?
South Korea makes more ships then any other country, they also have a license to make the Sulzer low speed diesel, the most popular shipboard propulsion system