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George P. Brady: A Story of Valor
May 29, 2013
George P. Brady: A Story of Valor
The Naval Diplomat recounts the story of a veteran and Medal of Honor recipient from the Spanish-American War.
George P. Brady: A Story of Valor
Airsea Battle With Chinese Characteristics
May 23, 2013
Airsea Battle With Chinese Characteristics
Beijing’s approach to seapower is remarkably similar to the U.S. Navy in the age of Mahan and Roosevelt.
Airsea Battle With Chinese Characteristics
History's Lens: How to Look at China
December 17, 2012
History's Lens: How to Look at China
What is the better optic for looking at today’s China: Bismarckian/Wilhelmine Germany, or post-Meiji Japan?
History's Lens: How to Look at China
History Not Worth Emulating
October 03, 2012
History Not Worth Emulating
“Americans and their leaders made the conscious political choice not to field a great navy—and paid a heavy price for that decision.”
History Not Worth Emulating
America’s Southward-Looking Mental Map
August 08, 2012
America’s Southward-Looking Mental Map
How an artificial waterway reoriented a nation’s worldview, foreign policy, and maritime strategy.
America’s Southward-Looking Mental Map
February 08, 2011
Channelling Roosevelt in Asia
The waters around Asia are of growing strategic importance to the US. It’s time for some Roosevelt-like attention.
Channelling Roosevelt in Asia
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