US oceanic strategy for supremacy of Asia-Pacific region
The US pursues an
aim of military and strategic importance to attack the anti-imperialist independent
countries with oceans as theaters. This is the essence of its Asian-Pacific
In its strategy
of attaching importance to the Asia-Pacific region for world domination the US regards Northeast
Asia, the Korean Peninsula in
particular, as its important strategic stronghold.
It seeks to
form a front against the anti-imperialist independent countries including north Korea on the seas
linking Japan, south Korea, etc. and
deploy naval forces equipped with nukes in a bid to blockade straits, conduct preemptive
nuclear attacks on them and, furthermore, conduct landing operations against
It intends to
use Japan and south Korea bounded on
three sides by the sea as important bases for carrying out its oceanic strategy
from which to launch aggression against the other Asian region.
of the oceanic strategy pushed forward by the US in the
Asia-Pacific is directed to the Korean Peninsula at present.
Now north Korea is the main
theater of the global military and political confrontation in the world. This
is because the US regards north Korea as a
principal target of its strategy for world domination, its conception of
building a unipolar world. It is a strategic goal of the US to ignite another
Korean war in the 21st century come what may in a bid to seize the
peninsula. The Korean Peninsula is the area
where the interests of its neighboring big powers are intertwined.
Once a war
breaks out on the Korean Peninsula these
countries will not remain passive onlookers to it. In case of a crisis on the
peninsula the response of these countries to it will be bound to affect the
development of the situation. In a word, the second Korean war to be provoked
by the US would mean a
new world war. Their oceanic strategy is pushed forward according to this war
on the peninsula and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region is getting tenser due
to the reckless war moves of the US.
The peace-loving people of Asia and the rest of the world are called upon to see
through the sinister aim pursued by oceanic strategy of the US and wage a positive struggle to frustrate it.