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  • ...and to gain resources. Within government circles in the 1930s, alternative strategies included greater exploitation of China, [[Strike-North Faction|Strike-Nor ...ort Control Act]] which authorized the president to restrict the export of strategic materials to nations he deemed threatened national security. Roosevelt us
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  • {{r|Grand strategy}} ...al Negotiator for Middle East Peace Process; Counselor at the [[Center for Strategic and International Studies]]
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  • ...Pacific]], can be defined operationally: of all the means that comprise [[grand strategy]], only military methods remained as an alternative.
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  • | journal = [[Strategic Insights]], Center for Contemporary Conflict, [[U.S. Naval Postgraduate Sc | url = http://www.nps.edu/Academics/Centers/CCC/Research-Publications/StrategicInsights/2010/Jul/SI_V9_I1_2010_Greenhill_116.pdf
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Vietnamese Communist grand strategy]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • {{r|Grand strategy}} {{r|Dan Coats}} Board, [[Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments]]
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  • {{r|Vietnamese Communist grand strategy}} {{r|World War II, air war, European Theater strategic operations}}
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  • '''Lawfare''' is the use of [[international law]] as a component of [[grand strategy]]. A [[Council on Foreign Relations]] conference defined it as: <b
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  • | http://www.colby.edu/par/Winter%2000/grand%20strategy.htm | title = Grand Strategy and the Next President of the United States
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  • ...indeed, hurts the broad area of [[information operations]] as a part of [[grand strategy]] against actual threats. | url = http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pdffiles/pub877.pdf
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  • ...ile]]s, but [[special operations|special operations forces]] can carry out strategic missions, and either exfiltrate, or stay behind and raise guerrilla forces ...using military means to influence behavior of other actors, but the term "grand strategy" goes beyond military means as a way to implement politics (or pol
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  • ...[[lawfare]]", or the use of international law as a component of national [[grand strategy]].<ref>{{citation
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  • {{r|Grand strategy}} {{r|Office of Strategic Services}}
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  • ...member of [[Adolf Hitler]]'s inner circle, he was even less so when the [[grand strategy|extension of national policies]] became military rather than diplo
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  • ...Both FID and general assistance, however, conceptually are part of U.S. [[grand strategy]]. In some situations, there may be clandestine assistance to a HN
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  • '''''The Pentagon's New Map''''' is a book on [[international relations]], [[grand strategy]] and world development by [[Thomas P.M. Barnett]].<ref name=Barne ...aced by Pentagon officials and top U.S. military commanders as a visionary strategist&ndash;&ndash;even as he openly blames the defense establishment for botch
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  • ...of Alfred Thayer Mahan'' (2000) 184 pages [http://www.amazon.com/Inventing-Grand-Strategy-Teaching-Command/dp/0801863406/ref=pd_bbs_2/103-4827826-5463040?ie
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  • ...tary means alone were not sufficient to extend politics, and the idea of [[grand strategy]] evolved, including all the components of national power such as
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  • ...having the most powerful military organization, within the context that [[grand strategy]] recognizes that military means <ref name=GWB-NSS>{{citation
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  • '''John R. Boyd''' (January 23, 1927 – March 9, 1997) was an influential strategist, whose theories of the interaction between information and action have be ...war. Boyd’s concern was the nature of human conflict, the strategy and "grand tactics" writ large, not particular service approaches per se. He jumped fr
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  • In [[grand strategy]], military force is only one of the means of exerting national wi
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  • <center>'''Grand strategy for the Middle East'''</center> **Saudi Arabia the strategic pivot
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  • ...1 Attacks]] normalcy. Neither isolationism, nor, in the other direction, [[strategic overreach]] a feasible alternative. Its objectives are: *continued U.S. engagement, using all the mechanisms of [[grand strategy]], "in the world and rejection of policies that would lead us down
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  • The [[grand strategy]] of '''Pakistan towards India''' dominates all aspects of its for ...h of the Indian economy and decline in Russia, approaches equality in many strategic areas.
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  • * Mark Stoler, ''Allies and Adversaries: The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Grand Alliances, and U.S. Strategy in World War II
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  • ...significant extent, a lack of understanding of the [[Vietnamese Communist grand strategy]] and how the leadership interpreted U.S. actions. ...el Byman]], and [[Matthew Waxman]]; an example is the [[Second World War]] strategic bombing of Japan. A challenge here is that it is "hard to distinguish cl
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  • ...the [[Council on Foreign Relations]] and the [[International Institute for Strategic Studies]]. Fick is considered one of the intellectual advocates of the [[c ...orce is part of the national arsenal, not its only means of implementing [[grand strategy]]
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  • ...the '''National Security Network''' was formed to bring "... cohesion and strategic focus to the [[American progressivism|progressive]] national security comm ...ith many groups, it is best to link the slogans to various components of [[grand strategy]].
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  • ...20-1940 period. Eventually, [[militarism]] reduced the decision space of [[grand strategy]] to the assumption that only military needs would meet Japan's go
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  • ...Snell. ''Strategic Planning for Coalition Warfare 1941–1942''], (1990), grand strategyfrom Washington perspective [http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/wwii ...A Global History of World War II,'' (2005), the most thorough coverage of grand strategy [http://www.amazon.com/World-Arms-Global-History-War/dp/0521558794
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  • - [[Grand strategy]] -
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  • ...isenhower]], in 1959, asserted his authority over the largely autonomous [[Strategic Air Command]]; Eisenhower's initiative, managed by presidential science ad ...had been appointed by Kennedy, continued to push an economic and signaling grand strategy to Johnson. Johnson and McNamara, although it would be hard to fin
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  • * Samuels, Richard J. ''Securing Japan: Tokyo's Grand Strategy and the Future of East Asia'' (2007) [http://www.amazon.com/Securi
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  • In the context of the [[Vietnam War]], the '''Strategic Hamlet Program''' meant different things to various South Vietnamese and A ...nd land reform. Diem had a power base in absentee landlords, and also used strategic hamlets to integrate [[Montagnard]]s with lowland Vietnamese.<ref name=HRW
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  • Note that the Yugoslav action is an example of "[[lawfare]]" in [[grand strategy]], but with the U.S. using it rather than being used by it.
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  • * Davis; John. "The Evolution of American Grand Strategy and the War on Terrorism: Clinton and Bush Perspectives" ''White H ...Holloway, eds. ''The Clinton Presidency: Images, Issues, and Communication Strategies, 1996 [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=24374540 online edition]
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  • ...d the Southern insurgency, had clearly defined political objectives, and a grand strategy, involving military, diplomatic, covert action and psychological o
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  • He was a strategic advisor to the [[Multi-National Force-Iraq]]. He has had field experience ...e, Kilcullen uses Accidental Guerrilla to skewer those he served for gross strategic ineptitude. His chief finding—that through its actions the Bush administ
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  • * Elting, John R. ''Swords Around a Throne: Napoleon's Grande Armee'' (1997), influential study ...801-1805'' (2006) first of four promised volumes; covers the strengths and strategies of all the powers [http://www.amazon.com/End-Old-Order-Napoleon-1801-1805
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  • {{main|Vietnamese Communist grand strategy}} ...t intelligence, deals only with the part of the material that supports the strategic theory. Other aspects, which dealt with exactly where and how attacks migh
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  • | url = http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/Pubs/display.cfm?pubID=363 | publisher = Strategic Studies Institute, United States Army War College
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  • ...Princeton U. Press, 1995. 307 pp. [http://www.amazon.com/Cultural-Realism-Strategic-Culture-Strategy/dp/0691002398/ref=sr_1_17?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1197221105&
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  • ...hicism]] | [[Conspiracy theory]] | [[William Ayers]] | [[Rick Warren]] | [[Grand Theft Auto (video game)]] | [[Essjay]] | [[Whistleblowing]] | [[Media bias] ...since the top-level articles are still there, comes [[Vietnamese Communist grand strategy]].
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  • In 1999 Tenet put forward a grand [[Cofer Black#Al-Qaeda strategy, 1999-2001|"Plan"]] for dealing with [[al-Q How could [an intelligence] community without a strategic plan tell the president of the United States just four days after 9/11 how
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  • * Williamson, Samuel R. ''The politics of grand strategy: Britain and France prepare for war, 1904-1914'' (1990) [http://ww
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  • ...spent most of the war years focused on military operations, diplomacy and grand strategy. Other Nazis ran the Holocaust and the economy. At first Hitler's ...nst Slavs, believed the Eastern campaign would be quick and easy. His real strategic concern was Great Britain and the United States, and his planning consiste
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  • ...rld Order]]'''</includeonly> is an influential and controversial book on [[grand strategy]], [[international relations]] and world futures, by the late poli
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  • ...some of the Vietnamese politicians in exile were in China. An [[Office of Strategic Services]] team, commanded by MAJ Archimedes Patti, had been in China with committed, the more men we committed to Vietnam, the more grandiloquent our verbal
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  • ...n internal defense is a joint process, at the level of [[military doctrine|grand strategy]], between the Host Nation (HN), the United States, and other gove | publisher = Center for Strategic and International Studies
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  • ...lver and gold, however, are legitimate weapons when thinking in terms of [[grand strategy]], since [[economic warfare]] is another means of exerting nationa ...nal Force-Iraq]]) and Ambassador [[Ryan Crocker]]. Planning was by a Joint Strategic Assessment Team led by COL [[Peter Mansoor]], COL [[H. R. McMaster]] (U.S.
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  • ===Strategic deception=== ...was under the control of the [[Double-Cross system]], part of the British strategic deception organization, the [[London Controlling Section]].
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  • In other words, they had a much clearer concept of [[grand strategy]] than the French, who were more focused on continuation of the st | title = Memorandum...to the Secretary of Defense on the Strategic Assessment of Southeast Asia
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  • ...he Sanh. The battle itself was a tactical victory for the Marines, but the strategic implications of the battle still remain unclear. ...stions about the reasoning behind its abandonment. If Khe Sanh had been so strategically important in January, why was it not so in July? The explanations give
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  • ...and again, getting more animosity than money.<ref> Geoffrey Parker, ''The Grand Strategy of Philip II'' (1998); Geoffrey Parker, "The Origins of the Dutch ...e the Eighty and [[Thirty Years' War]]s ended in 1648, the accumulation of grandiose and ambitious schemes that had been postponed because of war led to a f
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  • ...aff, of the details of weapons and ammunition. When a general would make a strategic argument, Hitler would attack his credibility by showing a small point to ...able of dive bombing, part of the reason the Nazis never developed a heavy strategic bomber was that this technique was even more difficult with a four-engined
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  • ...b|400px|right|{{ATSF Grand Canyon Limited at Belen.jpg/credit}}<br />The ''Grand Canyon Limited'', led by [[Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway|Santa Fe]] ...]" logos such as these often adorned the ends of observation cars on the ''Grand Canyon Limited''.]]
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  • Alexander did not shrink from the grand ambitions of his father. Hand in hand with his strategy for securing the th
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  • ...avored a western strategy and authorized many western forts and La Salle's grand expedition in the Mississippi River Valley. His failure to follow orders l
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  • ...search Associate in the International Security Program at the [[Center for Strategic and International Studies]] ==Grand strategic view==
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  • ...ar I. His concept of "sea power" had an enormous influence in shaping the strategic thought of naval officials across the world, especially in the United Stat ...he seas. His theoretical framework came from Jomini, with an emphasis on strategic locations (such as chokepoints, canals. and coaling stations), as well as
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  • ...he German High Seas Fleet never again operated as a unit, regarded it as a strategic victory. *John Jellicoe, commanding the British Grand Fleet
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