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Why the US Should Worry About Russia, Not China
March 19, 2015

Why the US Should Worry About Russia, Not China

By Robert Farley
How you solve a problem like China is different than how you solve a problem like Russia.
What Hawks Have to Say About the US Navy’s New Maritime Strategy
March 13, 2015

What Hawks Have to Say About the US Navy’s New Maritime Strategy

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Two U.S. defense policy hawks provide mundane advice, but also offer some very useful suggestions.

What Can the Middle Ages Teach Us About US Naval Strategy?
March 12, 2015

What Can the Middle Ages Teach Us About US Naval Strategy?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The history of European chivalry offers valuable insights for analyzing the Sino-US naval competition.

Does Russia Really Need a Second Aircraft Carrier?
March 03, 2015

Does Russia Really Need a Second Aircraft Carrier?

By Ankit Panda
Russia's top naval commander confirmed that the Kremlin is pursuing a second aircraft carrier. Does it need one?

What to Expect From Russia's Pacific Fleet in 2015
March 02, 2015

What to Expect From Russia's Pacific Fleet in 2015

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Will Russia's ambitious naval plans in the Pacific bear fruit this year?
Surface Warfare Assets Have a Bright Future Indeed
February 11, 2015

Surface Warfare Assets Have a Bright Future Indeed

By Himanil Raina
In contesting Chinese A2/AD systems, the U.S. Navy would do well to remember the role of its surface warfare combatants.

Solving the US Navy's Carrier Fleet Puzzle
January 16, 2015

Solving the US Navy's Carrier Fleet Puzzle

By Robert Farley
The United States' Navy still faces a vibrant debate on the future of its aircraft carriers and supercarriers.
Cumulative Warfare: War by Statistics
January 10, 2015

Cumulative Warfare: War by Statistics

By James R. Holmes
The Naval Diplomat reflects on the cumulative/sequential dichotomy of understanding warfare.

The Geopolitical Vision of Alfred Thayer Mahan
December 30, 2014

The Geopolitical Vision of Alfred Thayer Mahan

By Francis P. Sempa
One hundred years later, the insights of the American strategist continue to have extraordinary relevance today.

It's Time for a Little Heterodoxy in Naval Strategy
October 11, 2014

It's Time for a Little Heterodoxy in Naval Strategy

By Robert Farley
It's time to remember some of the more forgotten naval strategists.

Shaming Won’t Stop China’s Salami Slicing
July 16, 2014

Shaming Won’t Stop China’s Salami Slicing

By Zachary Keck
The U.S. military realizes it needs to do more to stop China's salami-slicing. Unfortunately, it doesn't know how.
Surface Warfare Must Take the Offensive
June 28, 2014

Surface Warfare Must Take the Offensive

By RADM Thomas S. Rowden
In an A2/AD world, Surface Warfare must “go on the offensive” to enable future power projection.

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