By James Griffin, Strategy Bridge: “Until now, scholars have largely demurred from trying to pin down the theoretical essence of what grand strategy actually is."
By Albert Palazzo, Strategy Bridge: “Despite the use of these conceptual models by the U.S. military and others, by doctrine writers and military theorists, as well as their presence in military curriculums, both tools have features that undercut their usefulness. In fact, a strong case can be made that the utility they offer to the military and their political masters can be more negative than positive.”
By John D. Miller, Proceedings Magazine: “Disruptions in the status quo generate a diverse range of human reactions and emotions. Sailors look to their chain of command to make sense of an uncertain future. To successfully meet this challenge and retain the warfighting readiness of the force, leaders must prepare for these interactions to bring both assets and operators to the future fight."