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GLOBAL DEFENSE OUTLOOK 2013 : BALANCING SECURITY AND PROSPERITY  By Global Defense Outlook

The economic and strategic environments of 2013 pose fresh challenges for defense policymakers, whose requirements to enforce stability and security must complete against rising demands for new social service and limited government ...Read more >

28 Pages
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STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE IN ASIA  By Gerhard K. Heilig

Population growth leads to environmental degradation, landshortage, or hunger, which triggers conflict over scarce resources. Excess of boys over girls (Asias male preference) creates male gangs who are more willing to go to war young populations have more conflicts: youthful hormones trigger aggression; ageing populations are more peaceful; fertility decline reduces surplus sons that could be more easily acceptable (conflict reduction of Chinas single child policy) population decline in ...Read more >

33 Pages
2.81 MB
SHARING POWER ? PROSPECTS FOR A U.S CONCERT-BALANCE STARTEGY  By Patrick Porter

The Pax Americana and the grand strategy of hegemony that underpins it may be becoming ...Read more >

94 Pages
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THE STRATEGIC DIRECTION FOR ARMY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY  

This report summarizes an assessment of the Strategic Direction for Army Science and Technology (S&T), conducted by the Army Science Board (ASB) between October 2011 and July 2012. The study was sponsored by the Secretary of the Army, the Honorable John M. ...Read more >

148 Pages
8.63 MB
SHARING POWER PROSPECTS FOR A U.S. CONCERT-BALANCE STRATEGY  By Patrick Porter

The views expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. ...Read more >

94 Pages
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STRATEGIC INDUSTRIES IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY  By Wolfgang Michalski

112 Pages
6.15 MB
STRATEGIC TRENDS 2013 KEY DEVELOPMENTS IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS`  By Oliver Thranert

In 2012, the authors of Strategic Trends concluded that the international system was best described as ‘polycentric’. In a polycentric world, global leadership is in short supply as new power centres emerge and drive political ...Read more >

104 Pages
9.69 MB
THE EURO CRISIS AND US STRATEGY  By Aaron L. Friedberg

For 45 years after the end of the Second World War, American strategists worried far more about Europes perceived political, economic and military weakness than they did about its potential strength. Following the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War this pattern was briefly ...Read more >

23 Pages
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NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR INFORMATION SHARING AND SAFEGUARDING  

Our national security depends on our ability to share the right information, with the right people, at the right time. This information sharing mandate requires sustained and responsible collaboration between Federal, state, local, tribal, territorial, private sector, and foreign ...Read more >

24 Pages
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10 TRENDS IN STRATEGIC FORESIGHT FOR DEFENCE AND SECURITY  

Foresight for defense (still?) going strong, More balance between time horizons, Towards ...Read more >

51 Pages
10.55 MB
ENVISIONING 2030 : US STRATEGY FOR A POST-WESTERN WORLD  

The Strategic Foresight Initiative is a practice area within the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security that seeks to enhance understanding of the potential impact and the policy implications of long-term global trends, disruptive change, and strategic ...Read more >

59 Pages
1.88 MB
OFFSHORE CONTROL : A PROPOSED STRATEGY FOR AN UNLIKELY CONFLICT  

As America ends its military commitment to Iraq and continues its drawdown in Afghanistan, a lively discussion has emerged on what future challenges the Nation faces. High on every list is the requirement to deal with a rising ...Read more >

16 Pages
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STRATEGY IS A COMPETITION OF IDEAS : WHAT GETTYSBURG AND AFGHANISTAN TEACH US  

On July 2nd 1863 General Lee made a decision at Gettysburg that shaped the American Civil War and the world throughout the 20th Century. This decision was so monumental that Harry F. Pfanz, in his book Gettysburg: The Second Day, compared it to Peters three time denial of ...Read more >

6 Pages
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KEY STRATEGIC ISSUES LIST  

The Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL) is published annually for the purpose of making students and other researchers aware of strategic topics that are, or are likely to become, of special importance to the ...Read more >

51 Pages
1.36 MB
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