Navy in Post-Cold War World - Ppr Colin S. Gray

ISBN: 9780271013084

Published: September 1st 1994

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288 pages


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Navy in Post-Cold War World - Ppr  by  Colin S. Gray

Navy in Post-Cold War World - Ppr by Colin S. Gray
September 1st 1994 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 288 pages | ISBN: 9780271013084 | 4.47 Mb

This is must reading for real and would-be naval strategists at all levels. -Proceedings - U.S. Naval Institute The Navy in the Post-Cold War World is the first book to invite the reader to think strategically-that is, in means-ends terms-aboutMoreThis is must reading for real and would-be naval strategists at all levels. -Proceedings - U.S. Naval Institute The Navy in the Post-Cold War World is the first book to invite the reader to think strategically-that is, in means-ends terms-about the navy in the new post-Soviet era.

It provides a unique synthesis of strategic theory, defense analysis, and history. Colin Gray first explains how sea power works- explores the strategic relationship among sea, land, and air power, with particular attention to the course of a conflict viewed as a whole- and ventures boldly into the region of the meaning of space strategy for maritime power and the relevance of that power in the still emerging post-Cold War security environment.

The Navy in the Post-Cold War World is unusual because it is written by an internationally recognized general strategic theorist and analyst rather than by a longstanding naval writer. Gray is thus better able to view naval issues in proper perspective. Gray delves deeply into the role of sea power as an enabling agent and team player in the overall enterprise of national and international security.

He provides the most current assessment of what sea and space power mean for each other as well as envisioning the future of maritime-oriented defense.



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