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sea power

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Navy
sea powerˈsea ˌpower noun  1 [uncountable]PMN the size and strength of a country’s navy2 [countable]PMN a country with a powerful navy
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sea powerIn a sea power economy, vested interests are in open markets and free trade.For Mahan sea power was critical, for Mackinder a particular land mass.The most difficult strategic question was whether sea power was any longer the foundation upon which the Three Pillars could continue to stand.
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