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--Washington Times' "Mack on politics" weekly politics podcast with Matt Mackowiak (download on iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher or listen at http://bit.
When I came back from that, I examined others in a similar vein: General Zinni in the late 1990s at Centcom and then I got to work with Admiral [William] Crowe a little bit when he was teaching at the Naval Academy and talked to him a little bit about ...
Padilla does grumble about how the U.S. will be side-lined by the Belt and Road, if it continues to ignore, and laments China's "aggressive mercantilism", even quoting Admiral Mahan and one of our present-day Cassandras, Admiral James Stavridis. But ...
Completely missing are McChrystal's two military superiors, the commander of U.S. Central Command and the NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe (at the time, Gen.
We've been talking about our disoriented time and the forces that got us here. It's a series of conversations we call the History Of Our Time.
"The idea of the 10,000-mile screwdriver from Washington making decisions for a field commander, as has been the case over the past decade, is flawed," said James Stavridis, a retired admiral who served as NATO supreme commander and is now dean of ...
It's time, now more than ever, that we heed Rear Adm Mahan's warning and shore-up our maritime sector - militarily and commercially.
"The idea of the 10,000-mile screwdriver from Washington making decisions for a field commander, as has been the case over the past decade, is flawed," said James Stavridis, a retired admiral who served as NATO supreme commander and is now dean of ...
"The idea of the 10,000-mile screwdriver from Washington making decisions for a field commander, as has been the case over the past decade, is flawed," said James Stavridis, a retired admiral who served as NATO supreme commander and is now dean of ...
The Europol European police agency described the recent attack as "unprecedented" and retired U.S. Admiral and ex-NATO commander, James Stavridis, told CNBC it was a "pandemic" and very "worrisome." Delegates at this week's InfoSec trade show in ...
at the U.S. Navy Memorial last night, celebrating the launch of a new book by Admiral James Stavridis (USN, ret.), "sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World's oceans".
"The idea of the 10,000-mile screwdriver from Washington making decisions for a field commander, as has been the case over the past decade, is flawed," said James Stavridis, a retired admiral who served as NATO supreme commander and is now dean of ...
Former NATO top commander Adm. James Stavridis on the geopolitics playing out now on the world's oceans - and on land.
TH: Admiral Stavridis, before opening the book, I assumed it would be a technical treatise on naval strategy, a sort of 21st-century update of Alfred Thayer Mahan's epochal "Influence of Seapower Upon History.
"The idea of the 10,000-mile screwdriver from Washington making decisions for a field commander, as has been the case over the past decade, is flawed," said James Stavridis, a retired admiral who served as NATO supreme commander and is now dean of ...
Its author, US Naval Admiral [ret.] James Stavridis, the only admiral to serve as Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, writes that "the sea is one," noting that every ocean is connected to the others.
[32] Sir Richard Dearlove observed that the rebel stronghold of Benghazi was "rather fundamentalist in character" and Admiral James Stavridis, NATO's Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, said that US intelligence had picked up "flickers" of terrorist ...
Steve Inskeep talks to retired Admiral James Stavridis, former supreme allied commander for NATO, about his new book: sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World's oceans.
"The idea we would twist his (Khan's) words ... huge mistake on our part," Stavridis added. "Going after terrorism is a team sport -- we need teammates.
The Leader's Bookshelf by Adm. James Stavridis (ret.) and R. Manning Ancell, Naval Institute, 288 pages, $30. Think of this as a CliffsNotes-type guide for 50 titles you likely will spot on any military branch chief's professional reading list.
His life, as a navy officer and the son of a Marine Corps officer, has been wandering and illustrious: retired four-star admiral, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, candidate to be both Hillary Clinton's running mate and President Donald Trump's ...
"I think it is fair to say that trans-Atlantic relations are at their absolute low point over the course of the four decades of my career," says Jim Stavridis, the former navy admiral and NATO supreme allied commander Europe who now serves as dean of ...
David Petraeus, a former CIA Director, and retired Adm. James Stavridis, the former NATO supreme allied commander, are among the former officers who said that State Department funding is "critical to keeping America safe.
Ignoring warnings from NATO's supreme allied commander Adm. James Stavridis about the presence of al Qaeda in the opposition, President Barack Obama approved shipments of TOW missiles, armored Humvees, and advanced radar systems to the ...
Retired Adm. James Stavridis, former supreme allied commander of NATO, likewise said NATO has been working on spending "for decades," but said Trump's "heat and light" on the issue have been a good thing.
Retired Four-Star Admiral James Stavridis gave a stirring 15-minute commencement speech this past weekend at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania.
(Editor's Note: These are the remarks, as prepared for delivery that Admiral James Stravridis, USN (Ret.) delivered at Dickinson College's commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 21).
As the Trump Administration wrestles with locations, numbers and missions for American combat deployments globally, one perennial has re-emerged near the top of the list: Afghanistan.
The 2017 commencement speaker was retired four-star Admiral James Stavridis, who served as supreme allied commander for NATO in global operations.
A malware attack that swept across the globe on May 12 exposed crucial vulnerabilities in the United States cybersecurity system, James Stavridis, a retired US Navy admiral and NATO supreme allied commander, wrote in an article for Foreign Policy.
Stavridis - a retired United States Navy admiral and current dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University - worked with his co-author, R. Manning Ancell, to survey more than 200 four-star military generals about what they read ...
Yet we, as the United States, have the largest threat surface of any nation in the world," said retired Admiral James Stavridis. He and Michael Hayden, the former director of the National Security Agency, argued that Cyber Command should be spun off ...
Still, revealing sensitive information to Russia - a power widely believed to have meddled in Western elections - could alienate U.S.
Union-Tribune: This is something I was talking about with Adm. (James) Stavridis - and I keep coming back to it when I talk to other people on (Tom) Rowden's team.
On May 12, the world witnessed a day that won't exactly live in infamy but certainly should have a concentrating effect as we collectively grapple with the challenges of cybersecurity.
Ultimately, Stavridis said the U.S. and other nations need to be in the cloud and prioritize hard-drive backups and some computers that have the ability to be disconnected from the internet.
Retired Adm. James Stavridis, NATO's supreme allied commander from 2009 to 2013, said Turkey is unlikely to close the base to U.S.
Former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe Admiral James Stavridis deems Russian aggression a greater threat than terrorism.
Retired Admiral James Stavridis said at the time that assassination would be "tempting" but "the question you have to ask is what happens the day after you decapitate?
YEREVAN, MAY 4, ARMENPRESS. Prime Minister of Armenia Karen Karapetyan received on May 4 the delegation of Tavitian Fund headed by Aso Tavitian, President of the Foundation, and Adm. James Stavridis, Dean of the Fletcher School of Law and ...
YEREVAN, MAY 3, ARMENPRESS. Minister of finance of Armenia Vardan Aramyan received the delegation of Tavitian Foundation on May 3, headed by Aso Tavitian, President of the Foundation, and Adm. James Stavridis, Dean of the Fletcher School of ...
Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Adm. James Stavridis stated in January that the United States is disastrously losing the competition to build and operate icebreakers in the Arctic Ocean.
YEREVAN, MAY 2, ARMENPRESS. Foreign Minister of Armenia Edward Nalbandian received on May 2 the delegation of Tavitian Fund headed by Aso Tavitian and Dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Admiral James Stavridis, "Armenpress" ...
Dean of The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy James Stavridis, a retired United States Navy admiral who served as the Supreme Allied Commander at North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), co-authored "The Leader's Bookshelf" (2017) with R.
"It makes it look as though the United States did not have intent, it did not follow though, it did not have determination," says Admiral James Stavridis, NBC's Chief International Security analyst. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer denied that ...
James Stavridis, a four-star admiral with 37 years of military service under his belt, wants people to be better listeners and learn about other cultures, not to build walls and live in isolation.
"It makes it look as though the United States did not have intent, it did not follow though, it did not have determination," says Admiral James Stavridis, NBC's Chief International Security analyst. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer denied that ...
Gen. James Mattis, who President Trump generally refers to as "our great General Mattis," is a scholar-soldier and perhaps the best qualified person, in terms of mind and experience, to advise a president on war and peace since George Marshall.
The United States has diverted the USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group to the waters off the Korean Peninsula. "Two things are coming together this weekend," said retired Adm. James Stavridis, former commander of NATO told NBC News. "One is the ...
"Two things are coming together this weekend," said retired Adm. James Stavridis, former commander of NATO and an NBC analyst.


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