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  • '''Grand strategy''' is the application of the full range of national power to influ There is no one approach to formulating grand strategy. Especially in pre-industrialized times, a [[monarch]] such as [[A
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  • '''Vietnamese Communist grand strategy''' is related to that of [[Mao Zedong]], but diverged considerably ...p]] called these "defensive, equilibrium, and offensive". North Vietnamese grand strategy, however, evolved another path, especially in changing the third s
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Vietnamese Communist grand strategy]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • {{Main|Grand strategy}} ...has four commonly used levels of scope. The highest level of this range, [[grand strategy]], not limited to military means but including all national ways t
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  • ...n the faculty of [[Yale University]], teaching [[grand strategy|Studies in Grand Strategy]]. He was a career U.S. [[Foreign Service Officer]] who worked for
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  • '''Grand strategy''' is the application of the full range of national power to influ There is no one approach to formulating grand strategy. Especially in pre-industrialized times, a [[monarch]] such as [[A
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  • *Making America Grand Again: Toward a New Grand Strategy, [[Center for a New American Security]] *(coeditor) Finding Our Way: Debating American Grand Strategy, [[Center for a New American Security]]
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  • A '''no-fly zone''', increasingly a tool of [[grand strategy]],<ref>{{citation |title = No-Fly Zones: Strategic, Operational, and Legal Considerations for Congress
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  • ===The strategic balance=== ...relationship between long-term goals and short-term actions, within their strategic theory of [[North Vietnamese cadre|''dau tranh'']]. Some of their actions
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  • ...erous subarticles, not always chronological such as [[Vietnamese Communist grand strategy]], for events below these and other major events between 1868 and ==Geostrategic Perspective==
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  • ...rily; containment was at the level of [[military doctrine#Grand strategy | grand strategy]], involving all the aspects of national power, from diplomacy to
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  • ...mponents of [[grand strategy]] is '''economic warfare'''. Remembering that grand strategy includes, but is not limited to, military means to enforce nationa ...uses financial manipulation rather than explosive force. Within an overall grand strategy, of course, the two can work together, destroying domestic facilit
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  • United States [[grand strategy]] with regard to [[Germany]]
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  • ...on the use of force, [[Henry Kissinger]], with a very different set of geostrategic assumptions, had an equally key role with Nixon. ...proach, but it had different objectives. Its goals were at a more military strategic level, of interfering with the North Vietnamese invasion of the South.
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  • ...ng strategy''' is, in game theory and in particular [[grand strategy|grand strategic]] interaction, a set of measures that do not directly [[compellence|compel
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  • ...ns of a nation; maintaining it is the mirror of the [[grand strategy|grand strategic]] attempts of adversaries to disrupt a nation. It also can reasonably refe
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  • From the perspective of the United States, its objectives and [[grand strategy]] toward [[India]]
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  • ...ernational law]],[[economics]], [[health sciences]], and the practice of [[grand strategy]] of which the [[military]] is part. With the increasing role of g It is a superset of grand strategy, which often seeks to [[deterrence|deter]] or [[Compellence|compel
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  • ...declared [[American progressivism|progressive]] ideology, concerned with [[grand strategy]]
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  • The use of [[international law]] as a component of national [[grand strategy]], or [[asymmetrical warfare]] by national or non-national actors
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  • ...tal conflict between civilizations of different cultures, and discussing [[grand strategy]] to deal with this conflict
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  • Actions taken by U.S. personnel in support of a [[foreign internal defense]] grand strategy agreed to by the host nation and the U.S.
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  • A U.S. government [[think tank]] focused on [[grand strategy]], located at the [[National Defense University]] at [[Fort McNair
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  • ...er; it is unclear how deeply he was involved in the [[grand strategy|grand strategic]] planning of the [[General Offensive-General Uprising]]. Leifer describes
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  • ...ns of a nation; maintaining it is the defense against all aspects of the [[grand strategy]] of adversaries
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  • That part of [[grand strategy]], which limits the provision of certain militarily critical, [[du
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  • ...cer of the [[Defense Intelligence Agency]], who now writes and consults on grand strategy and the Middle East
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  • ...mall but select office in the [[Central Intelligence Agency]] (CIA), the [[grand strategy]] "[[think tank]]" inside the U.S. government
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  • ...group, founded by [[Frank Gaffney, Jr.]], focused on the preservation of [[grand strategy|all aspects]] of American national power
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  • ...of enforcing [[nation]]al and [[quasi-state]] policy, from the levels of [[grand strategy]] to small-unit [[tactics]].
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  • ...tion to the DRV leadership. In other words, its goal was at the [[strategy|strategic]] level of war, but was not aimed at a physical [[centers of gravity (mili ...of preventing the import of those supplies and the [[grand strategy|grand strategic]] goal of forcing desired political behavior from the leadership of the [[
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  • The [[grand strategy]] of the United States towards [[Afghanistan]], dealing with the c
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  • At that point, a [[grand strategy|grand strategic]] approach is needed. Economic sanctions and other pressures may have an e Nowhere has there been more of a grand strategic approach, involving multiple nations and means of exerting power, than aga
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  • ...areas. Most often, they are conducted at the level of [[military doctrine|grand strategy or strategy]]. Sensitivities of the target often require the opera
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  • ...tion]], does consider preventive war as one of many [[grand strategy|grand strategic]] options against [[terrorism]] and [[weapons of mass destruction]]. <ref | url = http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pdffiles/pub651.pdf
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  • ...|Foreign Minister]] of [[Nazi Germany]], of lessened importance when the [[grand strategy|extension of national policies]] became military rather than diplo
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  • ...http://www.history.army.mil/books/wwii/Sp1941-42/index.htm online edition] grand strategy ...www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USA/USA-WD-Strategic2/index.html online edition], grand strategy
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  • ...t means of enforcing national and quasi-state policy, from the levels of [[grand strategy]] to small-unit [[tactics]], from meetings between [[head of state
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  • ...tion]], does consider preventive war as one of many [[grand strategy|grand strategic]] options against [[terrorism]] and [[weapons of mass destruction]]. <ref | url = http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pdffiles/pub651.pdf
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  • It may be part of a larger grand strategy, as, for example, Soviet partisans harassed the German rear areas
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  • ...41-1942" (1952) grand strategy [http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USA/USA-WD-Strategic1/index.html online edition] ...-1944'' (1958), grand strategy [http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USA/USA-WD-Strategic2/index.html online edition]
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  • A book on [[grand strategy]] and world development by [[Thomas P. M. Barnett]], which postula
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  • ...nsor. Psychological operations can and do take place at every level from [[grand strategy]] to [[tactics]], from overt statements by government to tricky lo
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  • ...and [[Mao Zedong|Maoist]] principles of inherently [[grand strategy|grand strategic]] political warfare; "Not only did we fight in the military field but in t ...tiations, in Chungking, China, between the French and American [[Office of Strategic Services]], OSS MAJ Allison Thomas, formed the DEER mission to investigate
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  • {{r|Grand strategy}} {{r|Strategic bombing}}
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  • '''Export controls''' are part of the [[grand strategy]] of nations, variously limiting the provision of certain militari
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  • ...ry draws no distinction between state and theology. [[Vietnamese Communist grand strategy|Vietnamese Communism]], for its converts, was an organizing belief ==Competing strategies==
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  • ...on of national politics by military means." Modern [[grand strategy|grand strategic doctrine]] includes many aspects of national power besides military, to in strategic direction defines the strategic purpose that guides the
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  • ...toon cars with power ups such as bombs and shrink rays, to highly detailed grand prix racers.
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  • ...planning, so it can be asked if the Politburo did actually make the broad strategic decision in 1965, or some time later, as they grew more aware of the effec ...r than achieve some goal. In contrast, the U.S. and North Vietnam did have strategic goals, with very different, and often inaccurate, definitions of the [[Cen
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  • ...ions in democracies, where the military role is one of the dimensions of [[grand strategy]], rather than situations where [[militarism|military opinions]] c
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  • '''Vietnamese Communist grand strategy''' is related to that of [[Mao Zedong]], but diverged considerably ...p]] called these "defensive, equilibrium, and offensive". North Vietnamese grand strategy, however, evolved another path, especially in changing the third s
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