On October 12th，Grandview Institution has released Current Situation In the Building and Development of China’s Border and Coastal Defense as the second independent report this year. Ouyang Wei, the vice-chairman of Academic Committee and director of center for Chinese borderland studies in Grandview Institution, has led and written this project mainly.
The report pointed that the stability of a country’s border and coastal defense is directly related to its sovereignty, territorial integrity, maritime rights and security. As the security situation changes both home and abroad, China’s border and coastal areas have gained greater strategic prominence. Meanwhile, the new circumstances present not only historical opportunities but also enormous challenges to the building and development of China's border and coastal defense.
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