1 edition of On grand strategy found in the catalog.
On grand strategy
John Lewis Gaddis
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 315-353) and index.
|Statement||John Lewis Gaddis|
|LC Classifications||U162 .G23 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 368 pages|
|Number of Pages||368|
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This is a book about “Grand Strategy” - the linkage of the very top levels of political and military direction. Gaddis views the best examples of grand strategy as very messy, mixing general strategic theories with attention to situational complexities, personal differences among leaders, John Gaddis is /5.
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The book is deliberately designed to allow busy people to understand and apply grand strategy to solve complex, real world g on recent studies in cognition, and integrating contemporary international relations theories, the book develops a lucid and structured way for us to think better about grand strategy.5/5(6).
The grand strategy for this book is to avoid it. Read more. 92 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. AnAvidReader. out of 5 stars A Yale seminar for $ Reviewed in the United States on Verified Purchase. I purchased this book because I enjoyed the authors previous book on the Cold War.
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Grand strategy, a country’s most complex form of planning toward the fulfillment of a long-term formulation and implementation of a grand strategy require the identification of a national goal, a thorough assessment of the state’s resources, and, ultimately, the marshaling of those resources in a highly organized manner to achieve the goal.
This book explores fundamental questions about grand strategy, as it has evolved across generations and countries. It provides an overview of the ancient era of grand strategy and a detailed discussion of its philosophical, military, and economic foundations in the modern era. Grand Strategy as an Organizing Principle.
Scholars and commentators who reject the notion of grand strategy as a grand plan often do so in favor of a second conceptualization of grand strategy as an “organizing” or “overarching” principle or set of principles.
73 The difference between a plan and principle turns on only one distinction, which may raise the question of whether these. On Grand Strategy is many things—a thoughtful validation of the liberal arts, an argument for literature over social science, an engaging reflection on university education and some timely advice to Americans that lasting victory comes from winning what you can rather than all that you want.
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THE NEW GRAND STRATEGY describes a business plan for America, born at the Pentagon, that embeds sustainability as a national strategic imperative. The plan combines the best of the Left and Right — a progressive agenda with a conservative approach — the adult conversation about America’s future that should be taking place during this.
Overall I found this book intriguing and useful. It starts slow and ends weakly, but at full stride uses fantastic examples and counter-examples to teach some age old truths, and subtle ones at that, on Grand Strategy.
It largely accomplishes its goals. Coutau-Bégarie’s book is a systematic discussion of strategy at all levels and includes a discussion of grand strategy (stratégie générale). The author uses historical examples from Asia and Europe and explores key concepts, the impact of technology, and so on, with an eye toward practitioners as much as scholars.
A Pulitzer Prize–winning historian offers a capacious analysis of how leaders make strategic decisions. Drawing on a yearlong “Grand Strategy” course he teaches to Yale undergraduates, Gaddis (History/Yale Univ.; George F.
Kennan: An American Life,etc.), the recipient of a National Humanities Medal inanalyzes the processes and complexities involved in devising grand.
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Education & Teaching. This illuminating and erudite book explores the meaning of grand strategy by recounting some of history’s most fateful decisions, many of which were also its most ill conceived. Often these involved attempts at conquest: the Persian king Xerxes’ invasion of Greece in BC, Philip II of Spain’s abortive invasion of England inand.Grand strategy or high strategy is the long-term strategy pursued at the highest levels by a nation to further its interests.
Issues of grand strategy typically include the choice of primary versus secondary theaters in war, distribution of resources among the various services, the general types of armaments manufacturing to favor, and which international alliances best suit national goals.