The United States can win World War III, but it’s going to be ugly and it better end quick, or everyone starts looking for the nuclear trigger.
Alert Reader says:
The rank is academic, not military. He is not part of the chain of command. He appears to be largely ignored by everyone. Those attempting to alarm the public on Fox et al are debunked.
Long comment with links below the fold.
Global Strategic Trends: The Future Starts Today
UK Ministry of Defence, 10/2018
Five thematic chapters:
- environment and resources;
- human development;
- economy, industry and information;
- governance and law; and
- conflict and security
Sixteen issues of varying impact and uncertainty:
As Prepared For Delivery
What Is the Empire’s Strategy?
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In January 1943, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, together with their respective military advisers, met in Morocco at Casablanca to devise the strategy that would win World War II. To some, the Casablanca Conference may seem like ancient history, but the exchange between Gen. George Marshall, U.S. Army chief of staff, and Gen. Sir Alan Brooke, chief of Britain’s Imperial General Staff, has much to teach us.
Author’s final draft below the fold, reprinted with permission.