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When Is a Strategy Not a Strategy?
January 07, 2015
When Is a Strategy Not a Strategy?
The Naval Diplomat revisits the history of the framing of the 2007 U.S. Maritime Strategy.
When Is a Strategy Not a Strategy?
Is China Too Big to Fail?
November 01, 2014
Is China Too Big to Fail?
Plus, China’s super secret underground submarine cave. Pacific Realist weekend links.
Is China Too Big to Fail?
How Capitalism Conquered North Korea
October 16, 2014
How Capitalism Conquered North Korea
Plus, American maritime strategy, offset strategies, and extended deterrence. Some general interest links.
How Capitalism Conquered North Korea
The Elements of US Maritime Strategy
July 17, 2014
The Elements of US Maritime Strategy
An all-encompassing U.S. maritime strategy must include all the armed forces—not just the navy, coast guard and marines.
The Elements of US Maritime Strategy
Surface Warfare Must Take the Offensive
June 28, 2014
Surface Warfare Must Take the Offensive
In an A2/AD world, Surface Warfare must “go on the offensive” to enable future power projection.
Surface Warfare Must Take the Offensive
Is China a Paper Tiger?
June 28, 2014
Is China a Paper Tiger?
Plus, Fukuyama on the absurdity of U.S. foreign policy. Weekend reading links.
Is China a Paper Tiger?
Does America Have Any Naval Strategists Anymore?
January 12, 2014
Does America Have Any Naval Strategists Anymore?
Our navy needs to think strategically about its return to history -- before history comes a-knocking.
Does America Have Any Naval Strategists Anymore?
U.S. Coast Guard Meets Corbett
March 28, 2013
U.S. Coast Guard Meets Corbett
Why not let USCG spearhead maritime strategy in offshore waters where it will already be performing police and disaster-response duty?
U.S. Coast Guard Meets Corbett
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