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Strategy
COIN OF THE REALM : U.S. COUNTERINSURGENCY STRATEGY  

Regardless of whether counterinsurgency (COIN) will be the dominant form of military activity in the future or simply one of several, the United States needs an effective national strategy which explains when, why, and how the nation should undertake ...Read more >

4 Pages
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CRAFTING STRATEGY IN AN AGE OF TRANSITION  

The United States is at a transition point nearly unparalleled in its history. Years of war abroad have severely strained America’s military, and the ongoing economic crisis will force ever-greater constraints on all forms of discretionary spending. Rising regional powers, energy scarcity, climate change, and failing states are some of the myriad variables that will combine to form a daunting set of strategic challenges for the Obama ...Read more >

16 Pages
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SECURING BRITAIN IN AN AGE OF UNCERTAINTY : THE STRATEGIC DEFENCE AND  

This Strategic Defence and Security Review is long overdue. It is the first time that a UK government has taken decisions on its defence, security, intelligence, resilience, development and foreign affairs capabilities in the round. It sets out the ways and means to deliver the ends set out in the National Security Strategy. It links judgements on where to direct effort and focus the available resources, to choices on which risks and policies to ...Read more >

75 Pages
799.53 KB
TEACHING STRATEGY : CHALLENGE AND RESPONSE  

The general topic of this book became part of a very public debate in the United States in 2009, and it continues today. That debate concerns how one should teach strategy in our system of professional military education (PME). The genesis of the debate was alleged shortcomings in strategy in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, or what some critics have called failures in strategy and strategic ...Read more >

354 Pages
1.42 MB
A STRONG BRITAIN IN AN AGE OF UNCERTAINTY : THE NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY  

The security of our nation is the first duty of government. It is the foundation of our freedom and our ...Read more >

39 Pages
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ALTERNATIVE NATIONAL MILITARY STRATEGIES FOR THE UNITED STATES  

The U.S. Army War College and the Georgetown University Center for Peace and Security Studies, along with its National Security Studies Program, cosponsored a conference in Washington, DC on September 21, 2000, to examine the issues that will shape future American defense policy. Discussion panels were structured to identify the questions, issues, and schisms likely to shape the upcoming Quadrennial Defense ...Read more >

26 Pages
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THE 21ST CENTURY SECURITY ENVIRONMENT AND THE FUTURE OF WAR  

Some commentators and observers of international affairs—including the author—claim to have a unified theory of strategy, a unified theory of war, and a cunningly connected meta-narrative for the twenty-first century, indeed for all of ...Read more >

13 Pages
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ARMY STRATEGIC PLANNING GUIDANCE  

Our Nation and our All-Volunteer Army have been at war for nearly a decade in this era of persistent conflict in which the confluence of rapid and dynamic changes in the current and future strategic environment often lead to protracted and at times, competing and colliding interests. In today’s volatile and uncertain security environment, our Army requires a balanced, comprehensive and integrated strategy identifying the ends, ways and means to accomplish our vision and mission over time. Our ...Read more >

20 Pages
608.46 KB
MAKING STRATEGIC ANALYSIS MATTER  

Strategic analysis can help policymakers broaden the range of possible futures and thus better manage uncertainty. Too much focus on the immediate often drives out consideration of the trend lines. Long-term analysis can help by focusing on sources of uncertainty and by identifying a range of possible futures that policymakers could face. The analysis could help decisionmakers assess the robustness of courses of action across a wide set of future contingencies. By definition, long-term issues ...Read more >

52 Pages
351.07 KB
EUROPE IN INDIAN STRATEGY  

India is in the midst of recrafting and reinventing its relations with most major states in the international system. While breakthroughs with the United States over the past decade have had perhaps the greatest impact on Indian strategy, the same period has also witnessed attempts at normalizing relations with China and Pakistan, an increasingly close relationship with Israel, promising new partnerships with Japan and Brazil and a reaffirmation of ties with ...Read more >

12 Pages
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INDIAS STRATEGIC VISION  

Indias strategic vision, from the beginning, has been shaped by the historical and geopolitical situation in which it has been placed and how it has perceived its own security. From independence, one can trace a pattern until the 1990s, in which India responding to the regional and international geopolitical situation, based on its own security ...Read more >

17 Pages
363.62 KB
MEASURING GEOPOLITICAL POWER IN INDIA : A REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY  

The GIGA Working Papers series serves to disseminate the research results of work in progress prior to publication in order to encourage the exchange of ideas and academic ...Read more >

37 Pages
613.46 KB
ISRAELS STRATEGIC DOCTRINE  

70 Pages
3.69 MB
HOW TO BE A STRATEGIC FUTURIST  

An Evolutionary Developmental Perspective on Accelerating ...Read more >

160 Pages
5.64 MB
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