A new CSBA report proposes a U.S.-led military strategy and operational concept to deter Chinese aggression in the Western Pacific and defeat its A2/AD network from the inside-out.
Join us on 16 May with Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer and the report’s authors as we discuss CSBA’s new report, Sustaining the Fight: Resilient Maritime Logistics for a New Era. The report that finds that the United States lacks the right maritime logistics force to support the 2018 National Defense Strategy in general and major military operations in a war with China or Russia in particular.
As the modernization of existing nuclear arsenals, the spread of nuclear weapons, and the diffusion of new technologies make the nuclear landscape more complex, the time is ripe for a fresh examination of the nuclear balance. Toward this end, CSBA has been conducting a multi-year net assessment of the changing nuclear balance.
“Strategy in the Asia-Pacific Region” is a two-week course for mid-career professionals in the national security community; it is a graduate-level training opportunity for those who seek an immersive education in Asia and strategy
This new CSBA paper will stimulate discussion of, and ultimately spur action to develop, the concepts and capabilities the United States will need to prevail in a more dangerous world.
CSBA invites you to attend the book talk on The Gathering Pacific Storm, featuring Dr. Thomas G. Mahnken and Bryan Clark, on 30 April. The Gathering Pacific Storm is a timely and valuable volume for students, scholars, security practitioners, and anyone involved international relations, security studies, and political science.