Volume 2, Issue 3

Contents

  • Lt. Gen (Ret) Paul van Riper contends that national leaders and defense officials need to understand how nonlinear systems work if they are to implement military strategy effectively, especially as they seek to tie tactical actions to strategic goals through operational design.

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  • Living in a Mahanian World

    Benjamin “BJ” Armstrong

    While strategists continue to study the work of Clausewitz and Sun Tzu the work of Alfred Thayer Mahan has fallen out of favor in recent decades. This article demonstrates why a century after the death of the inventor of American grand strategy, the works of Mahan and consideration of the maritime elements of grand strategy are relevant as ever before.

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Volume 2, Issue 3

Volume 2, Issue 3

Summer 2012