Fourth Issue of the Journal of Strategy and Politics

The Fourth Issue of the Journal is now available! Contents include papers from the Institute’s symposia on Pearl Harbor and American Strategy.  Click on the link above or at right to access.

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Pearl Harbor Symposium Archive

Here are video recordings of the presentations at our December 7, 2016 event commemorating the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. They are posted in the order given.  For the full agenda, click on the Events tab at the top of the page.

Mark E. Stille: “The Attack on Pearl Harbor: The Japanese Plan                                                            and the Planning Behind It”

 

Dr. Alan D. Zimm: “The Perils of Technological Transformation: A Critical Analysis                                 of the Attack on the Fleet at Pearl Harbor

 

Dr. Thomas C. Hone: “Steaming Toward War: Approaches to Pearl Harbor”             Trent Hone: “USN Tactical Doctrine: Systems of Learning”

 

Dr. Edward J. Drea: “Japanese National Strategy and Alliance Politics, 1920-1941”

 

John A. Rodgaard and Peter K. Hsu: “A Technical Assessment of the Combat Performance of the Japanese Midget Submarine Force at Pearl Harbor”

 

Professor Richard C. Thornton: “Axis Strategy: A Deception Game”

 

Dr. James D. Perry: “Operation Barbarossa and the Road to Pearl Harbor”

Pearl Harbor Symposium

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The Institute will hold a daylong symposium to offer a fresh look at the geopolitics, strategy, and tactics that impelled Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor and its outcome.

Where:
George Washington University
Mount Vernon Campus
2100 Foxhall Road NW, Washington DC 20007
Ames Hall, Room B101

When:
Wednesday 7 December 2016
8:30 am to 5:00 pm

RSVP: thornton@strategyandpolitics.org

For the full agenda and speaker bios, click on the Events tab at the top of this page.

Strategy Symposium Archive

Materials from our July 13 Symposium, “American Strategy: The Way Forward,” including audio/visual recordings and papers or written remarks, are now available via the links provided below:

The Long Goodbye: American Strategy Since JFK                                                        — Richard C. Thornton, President, Institute for the Study of Strategy and Politics

Paper:  A Short History of American Strategy

Blueprint for a Stronger Economy                                                                                  — Arthur B. Laffer, Chairman, Laffer Associates

Paper:  Game On

Strategy for Defeating Radical Islam                                                                               — Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney USAF (Ret.)

Written Remarks:  Strategy for Defeating Radical Islam

Lost Opportunities                                                                                                            — Adm. James A. Lyons USN (Ret.)

Luncheon Remarks on Cybercrime and Security                                                           — David O’Neil, Partner, Debevoise and Plimpton; and James A. Lewis, Center for Strategic and International Studies

America and Europe:  Alliance or Amerexit?                                                                  — Col. F. Charles Parker, IV USA (Ret.)                                                                             Co-Director, Institute for the Study of Strategy and Politics

Paper: Alliance or Amerexit

“America First” in America1940-2016                                                                              — Diana West, Author, American Betrayal

Crafting the Next Defense Strategy                                                                                — Jim Thomas, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments

A Strategy for Deterring Russia                                                                                       — Mark Schneider, National Institute for Public Policy

Paper:  A Strategy for Deterring Russia

Affordable Hegemony                                                                                                     — James D. Perry, Co-Director, Institute for the Study of Strategy and Politics

Power Point Slides:  Perry 2016 Symposium