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. A2AD (anti-access and area denial) is the concept of deterring an enemy (usually a complex of weapons) by creating an increased danger for the deployment or transfer of enemy forces to the protected area.
The term has become particularly widely used by experts in modern military science since the development by Russia and China of long-range missile systems from the PTRC, air defense and anti-ship missile systems that create a "protective sphere" to which NATO troops cannot penetrate without the risk of unacceptable damage.
Initially, it was coined by the Pentagon in order to describe the arsenal of the weapons of the People's Republic of China, which are capable of blocking access to the western part of the Pacific Ocean or leveling out the possibility of carrying out operations in this region, which is vitally important for the interests of the United States (Ou, 62). 

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