The Importance of Education and Relationships in a Volatile World | cites Rear Adm. P. Gardner Howe III
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force
On Monday, a keynote address for the JMSDF Command and Staff College (MCSC) 60th Foundation Anniversary/the 18th Asia Pacific Naval College Seminar (18APNCS) was presented by Rear Admiral P. Gardner Howe Ⅲ, President of the U.S. Naval War College (NWC), in Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo. Howe delivered the address, “The Importance of Education and Relationships in a Volatile World”.
2015 Coffman Prize | awarded to Nathan Packard
The Society for Military History
The Society for Military History has named Naval War College professor Nathan Packard the recipient of the 2015 Edward M. Coffman First Manuscript Prize, for his manuscript entry titled, "The Marine Corps' 'Long March': Modernizing the Nation's Expeditionary Forces in the Aftermath of Vietnam, 1970-1991."
Speak Softly and Carry a Big Ship | by James Holmes
The American Navy, in short, needs not prove anew that it can venture across the Pacific Ocean and arrive ready for action. The Navy only needs to remind Beijing it can still do what it’s been doing for 70 years. Send the fleet.
The new National Security Strategy | interview with Michael Vlahos
Federal News Radio
Michael Vlahos is a professor in the Strategy and Policy Department at the U.S. Naval War College. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he explained why the National Security Strategy is an important document, and what you should consider when you read it.
A short debate on Ukraine | interview with Tom Nichols
BBC World Service
Last night, John Mearsheimer and I were invited to discuss the Ukraine crisis on the BBC World Service. Here’s the clip. I’ll have more to say about this, but as you’ll hear, John and I have no common ground: he refuses even to call the war in Ukraine an act of Russian aggression, which I find breathtaking.
When Can a Hacker Start a War? | quotes Michael Schmitt
When would a cyber attack constitute an act of war? According to Schmitt and others, the only cyber attack that could have constituted an obvious armed attack was allegedly carried out by the U.S. and Israel.