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A book on the human domain and strategy. This book calls for rethinking how the U.S. national security community approaches population-centric warfare and strategic competition in the 21st century.

 

The authors make recommendations on how to improve performance in this emerging space.  Click here to learn more!

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Military Strategy in the 21st Century:
People, Connectivity, and Competition

This book calls for rethinking how the U.S. national security community approaches population-centric warfare and strategic competition in the 21st century. Strategic advantage in the 21st century will emerge from mapping human geography in a connected world, leveraging key relationships, and applying a mix of unconventional and conventional methods that put adversaries on the horns of a dilemma.

 

The Authors

Charles T. Cleveland

Charles T. Cleveland

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Dr. Ben Jensen

Dr. Benjamin Jensen

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Dr. Sue Bryant

Dr. Susan Bryant

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Arnel P. David

Arnel P. David

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“In Military Strategy for the 21st Century: People, Connectivity, and Competition, four authors who have devoted their careers to the security of the United States share their thoughts about the evolving character of war in an increasingly interconnected, networked world—and suggest innovations that will make us safer and more capable. Highly recommended.” 

—  John Nagl, author of Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife and Knife Fights:
A Memoir of Modern War