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American Naval Policy in the Second Decade
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This paper provides a brief overview of U.S. Navy policy, strategy, plans and operations. It discusses some basic fundamentals and the Navy’s three major operational activities: peacetime engagement, crisis response, and wartime combat. It concludes with a general discussion of U.S. naval forces. It was originally written as a contribution to an international conference on maritime strategy and security, and originally published as a chapter in a Routledge handbook in 2015. The author is a longtime contributor to, advisor on, and observer of US Navy strategy and policy, and the paper represents his personal but well-informed views. The paper was written while the Navy (and Marine Corps and Coast Guard) were revising their tri- service strategy document A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower, finally signed and published in March 2015, and includes suggestions made by the author to the drafters during that time.
with a general discussion of U.S. naval forces. It was originally written as a contribution to an international conference on maritime strategy and security, and originally published as a chapter ... Handbook of Naval Strategy and Security, edited by Joachim Krause and Sebastian Bruns, and published by Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group, London and New York). It is reproduced here by the kind permission
Future of US India Naval Relations
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CNA conducted this study to determine how the United States can advance its naval and maritime relationship with India in the coming five to 10 years. U.S.-India defense relations, especially in the naval domain, have expanded in the past two decades and soared under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The study analyzes the key factors that have shaped the course of relations between the U.S. Navy (USN) and the Indian Navy and considers India’s possible future trajectories and how they may impact bilateral naval ties. CNA concludes that key factors affecting the evolution of the USN-Indian Navy relationship are mostly beyond the control of the two navies themselves. Despite the wider diplomatic and geopolitical circumstances, there are many overlapping areas of ongoing interest between the two navies that favor closer ties. Finally, drawing on an accompanying project paper, this study suggests viewing the increasing importance of the region west of India as a promising area of bilateral naval security cooperation.
Future of US India Naval Relations The Future of U.S.-India Naval Relations CNA conducted this study to determine how the United States can advance its naval and maritime relationship with India ... the increasing importance of the region west of India as a promising area of bilateral naval security cooperation. Washington’s relations with New Delhi have soared to new heights. President Barack Obama became ... security cooperation with the Indian Navy. They are: Baseline trajectory: continuation of the current, incremental growth in India’s economic and military capabilities Alternate trajectory 1
US Navy Capstone Strategy What to Do
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This paper provides a detailed set of recommendations intended to be useful to Navy decision-makers and staff officers charged with developing the current and next generations of US Navy capstone documents. It is part of a larger study of the drafting and influence of all US Navy capstone documents since 1970.
procuring primarily sea control capabilities, would be dysfunctional. Likewise, to declare a Navy focus on maritime security and humanitarian assistance operations, while providing little training in those
William Burke
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William Burke Vice Admiral William R. Burke, USN (Ret.) /images/About-Us/Leadership/board-burke.jpg Vice Admiral William Burke is the Chief Maritime Officer for the Carnival Corporation & plc. He joined Carnival Corporation in December 2013. Burke graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering and completed his MBA at Marymount University and a Master of Science in National Security Strategy at the National War College. He is a graduate of MIT Seminar 21 Program in International Politics. Adm. Burke served on five submarines including command of USS
Strategy and Policy Analysis Program
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Analysis of defense policy, global alliances, nuclear issues, non-traditional security challenges and Arctic strategy.
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ai and autonomy in russia: Issue 31, February 7, 2022
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slow down technological development in this particular area. MILITARY AND SECURITY RUSSIAN MILITARY CONTINUES TESTING AND ACQUIRING MILITARY GROUND ROBOTS The Russian military continues ... grids, maritime transport management, the Internet of things (IoT), etc.” The partnership will also have a training and education component designed to develop a pipeline of new human capital
CNA's Peter Swartz Wins Prestigious Commodore Dudley W. Knox Medal
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CNA is pleased to share that Principal Research Scientist Peter Swartz is a 2020 recipient of the Commodore Dudley W. Knox Medal awarded by the Naval Historical Foundation for lifetime achievement in naval history.
served as an officer in the U.S. Navy for 26 years, including two tours in the Vietnam War and playing a lead role developing the Navy's Maritime Strategy of the 1980s. After retiring as a captain, Swartz became a researcher and later team lead at CNA, where he has analyzed numerous complex problems of national security and naval policy for the Navy and others. Swartz mentored "scores of junior
Artificial Intelligence in Russia Issue 20
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This report, the twentieth in a series of biweekly updates, is part of an effort by CNA to provide timely, accurate, and relevant information and analysis of the field of civilian and military artificial intelligence (AI) in Russia and, in particular, how Russia is applying AI to its military capabilities. It relies on Russian-language open source material.
and autonomy ecosystem, divided into the following sections: Governance and Legal Developments Military and Security Developments Corporate and Market Developments Education and Training ... included the Ministry of Natural Resources, Rosarkhiv (the federal archive agency), Rosmolodezh (the federal agency for youth affairs), and Rosmorrechflot (the federal agency for maritime and river transport
Chinese Information Shaping in Vietnam
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The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has embarked on a campaign to shape what audiences around the world read, hear, and watch about China. This focuses on China’s efforts to shape information in its neighbor, Vietnam.
of China on maritime territorial disputes and disputes over the Mekong River. It would be notable if Vietnamese media began to criticize China on a broader range of issues. Such a shift could suggest ... restrictions to online anonymity (i.e., the 2018 Cyber Security Law), Chinese entities may step up efforts to promote and amplify pro-China messaging on Vietnamese-language social media and online message
Elections in South Korea and the Philippines: Opportunities for Deeper U.S. Security Cooperation
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James Bellacqua discusses how elections in South Korea and the Philippines could lead to greater security cooperation with the U.S.
do to support these efforts. One possibility is a greater focus on maritime security and territorial defense exercises, as occurred during the Aquino administration from 2010 to 2016. Another ... Elections in South Korea and the Philippines James Bellacqua discusses how elections in South Korea and the Philippines could lead to greater security cooperation with the U.S. /images/InDepth/Post113.jpg Elections in South Korea and the Philippines: Opportunities for Deeper U.S. Security Cooperation Elections in South Korea and the Philippines 113 James Bellacqua James Bellacqua is a Principal