Search: environment and the 21st century naval war at sea

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15 searches for this phrase today.  It's really three completely different concepts:

01  21st Century war at sea (submarine, surface, air, and electromagnetic)

02  21st Century sea control (special focus on non-state maritime actors)

03  21st Century maritime environment (Arctic, rising sea level, pollution, fisheries, minerals, role of the ocean as source for desalinated water, infinite free energy).

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China's new emphasis on maritime power does not in any way justify the insane “pivot to Asia.”  There is no pivot to Asia, to do so would be to put the US Navy into the same sad position that the US Army now occupies, having been put into Afghhanistan and Iraq on the basis of hundreds of lies and multiple acts of treason by political “leaders” who betrayed the public trust.

If someone wants to send an email to robert.david.steele.vivas [at] gmail [dot] com, interested in discussing the context for the query.  Below are a few hits from both Phi Beta Iota and the broader Internet, with a special tribute to Col Dr. Max Manwaring, who understood environmental security decades before everyone else.  Neither NMITC nor MCIA are serious about strategic intelligence — it would be quite useful to get a DEEP BLUE SHALLOW BROWN team together that is.

Many links below the line.

Special Tribute:

2003 Manwaring (US) War & Conflict: Six Generations

2002 Manwaring (US) Asymmetry, Conflict, and the Need to Achieve Both Vertical and Horizonal Integration

Graphic: Information Operations (IO) Eras

Reference: Max Manwaring on Strategy & Insurgency

Review: Environmental Security and Global Stability–Problems and Responses

Review: The Search for Security–A U.S. Grand Strategy for the Twenty-First Century

Review: Uncomfortable Wars Revisited (International and Security Affairs Series) (Hardcover)

Who’s Who in Peace Intelligence: Dr. Col Max Manwaring, US Army Strategic Studies Institute

Phi Beta Iota Direct:

2012 Robert Steele: Reflections on the US Military — Redirection Essential — and a Prerequisite to Creating a 450-Ship Navy, a Long-Haul Air Force, and an Air-Liftable Army + Sanity RECAP

2012 U.S. Naval Power in the 21st Century: 450-Ship Navy, <24 Hours to Anywhere, Peace from the Sea — Full Text Online

1990 Expeditionary Environment Analytic Model

Phi Beta Iota Indirect:

2012 Robert Steele: Addressing the Seven Sins of Foreign Policy — Why Defense, Not State, Is the Linch Pin for Global Engagement

Berto Jongman: US Special Operations Command Goal — Prevent Wars, Bottom Up Community Based Resilience — Never Mind Strategic-Level Blunders, Ideology, & Predatory Policies, Drones, Dictators…1.1

Dolphin: Assorted References on Naval Strategy

John Heidenreich: The Intelligence Community’s Neglect of Strategic Intelligence

NIGHTWATCH Extract: Anti-Piracy Without A Clue…

NIGHTWATCH: From 1979 to 2012 – No Improvement in DoD Response to Ambassadors and Embassies in Extremis + EE21 RECAP

References: NATO Transformation Process Documents — and Gaps + Peace from Above RECAP

Review: Preparing America’s Foreign Policy for the 21st Century

Winslow Wheeler: The U.S. Navy – Troubled Waters

External Direct:

2013  The Non-State Navy: Sea Shepherd as a Case Study for 21st Century Maritime Non-State Actors (Small Wars Journal)

2012  Red Dragon, Green Crescent: Naval Warfare in the 21st Century (Modern War Magazine)

2012  The New Normalcy: Sea Power and Contingency Operations in the Twenty-First Century (Naval War College Review)

2007  A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower, Tri-Service Publication

2002 Sea Power 21: Projecting Decisive Joint Capabilities By Admiral Vern Clark, U.S. Navy, Proceedings, October 2002

External Indirect:

2006  Economics and Maritime Strategy: Implications for the 21st Century (Naval War College Workshop Proceedings)

1995 PART FOUR: The Revolution in Military Affairs WEAPONS OF THE 21ST CENTURY

Generic (21st Century Maritime Environment)

2013  Investigating the Marine Environment in the 21st Century

2013  Shipping, Law and the Marine Environment in the 21st Century

2012  Ocean Governance for the 21st Century: Making Marine Zoning Climate Change Adaptable

2009 USA: A 21st Century Maritime Posture for an Uncertain Future

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