Full Spectrum Diplomacy And Grand Strategy

Author: John Lenczowski
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739150650
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This study is designed to contribute to the current efforts to reform the United States' foreign policy and national security capabilities.


Author: Marek Jan Chodakiewicz
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412847869
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Everywhere,theWhite House at the minimumpays lip servicetodemocracy and
human rights. Sometimes itfollowsthrough with itsidealistic priorities evenatthe
pain of antagonizing theKremlin. Atothertimes,itgives primacy to Realpolitik and
turnsablind eyeto its own freedomlovingrhetorics. Allinall, America
lackswhatJohn Lenczowskihas soaptly described as “full spectrum diplomacy
and grand strategy.”14 Despite that,theUnited States remains a beaconof hope
formany of the locals, ...

Guerrilla Diplomacy

Author: Daryl Copeland
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub
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In my efforts to reveal the relationships between and among these components to
produce a synthesis at the level of grand strategy, I have also drawn on the full
spectrum of sources, from academic to popular and conservative to radical, from
literature and film to conversations and interviews. While this is essentially a book
about diplomacy, it is intended for a broad audience, both specialists and those
with more general interests. As a result, the argumentation is, of necessity,
heavily ...

Shaping U S Military Forces For The Asia Pacific

Author: Michael R. Kraig
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442226153
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Full-Spectrum. Dominance”. and. “Friends. and. Allies”. In East Asia, a rising
China confronts the United States with a classic security dilemma. New Chinese
military capabilities could support both a commonsense and legitimate wish to
secure ... largely untouched.2 What is strangely missing in such discussions are
traditional security studies concepts, such as deterrence, reassurance, coercive
diplomacy, and compellance, as well as U.S. military strategy and force posture

Toward A Grand Strategy Against Terrorism

Author: Christopher Harmon
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0073527793
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Second, develop a national strategy for combating terrorism. Such a document
would assign roles and missions to agencies involved in the many facets of a full-
spectrum campaign, with timelines and coordinating instructions. Key
components might include: Diplomacy Intelligence Law enforcement Customs
Border control Finance Information Agriculture Health Emergency services
Military Others, as appropriate Third, create a national-level interagency working
group for combating ...

A New U S Grand Strategy

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee
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neglected in the decades of the Long War. As long as nuclear The ugly duckling
of airpower-airlift-will increasingly play a critical role in U.S. strategy weapons
exist on earth, the this includes no only flying troops and equipment to crises, but
also delivering relief supplies United States must mount a when disasterstrikes. ...
engage and defeat a numerous enemy ible, full spectrum battalion and brigade
building blocks, dispersed across the globe. We need willing partners to
sufficiently ...

Strategy And Force Planning

Author: Richmond M. Lloyd
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This article will survey those national tools that are not materially coercive. We'll
call these the diplomatic tools of grand strategy. What is Diplomacy? As long as
groups of individuals agreed that they had to communicate with one another and
that it was better to hear the message than eat the messenger, there was an
established need for diplomacy, or the "peaceful conduct of relations among
political entities."1 Scholars have taken both strict and expansive views of the
meaning of ...

A New U S Grand Strategy Part 2 Of 2 H A S C No 110 168 July 31 2008 110 2 Hearing

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services
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Regardless of threat, nuclear weapons, the deterrence strategies derived from
them, and doctrines for their use remain a vital part of any future U.S. defense
strategy. The Army and Marine Corps are woefully undermanned to perform the
function of coalition building. They need more manpower to be sure, but not
specialty units narrowly designed to perform non-combat missions. The same
flexible, full spectrum battalion and brigade building blocks, sufficiently
modernized, to be ...

The Howard Paradox

Author: Michael Wesley
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Australian Diplomacy in Asia, 1996-2006 Michael Wesley Australian
Broadcasting Corporation. In Isaiah Berlin's terms, Howard's approach to the
problems of government is synthesising rather than analytical: a problem and its
solution must be approached pragmatically, taking into account the full spectrum
of other values and commitments, rather than as an issue to be dissected and
solved on its own ... In Howard's opinion: . . . simple bromides masquerading as
grand strategy fail to ...

Strategic Transformation And Naval Power In The 21st Century

Author: Pelham G. Boyer
Publisher: Naval War College Pr
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Pelham G. Boyer, Robert S. Wood, Naval War College (U.S.). Press. an area of
interest to most great powers and thus merits a certain amount of constant military
attention in a selective -engagement grand strategy. For now ... by their
democratic attributes, is an important underpinning of the strategy. The latter is to
be achieved by very extensive arms control efforts that will deprive all great
powers of the full spectrum of military capabilities that would permit them to
threaten one another.