New Military Strategy for the 1990s: Implications for Capabilities and Acquisition

The Final Report of the Csis Conventional Arms Control Project (Csis Panel Reports)

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ContributionsDon M. Snider (Editor), George A. Carver (Editor), Csis Conventional Arms Control Project (Corporate Author)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages51
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Open LibraryOL8229945M
ISBN 100892061642
ISBN 109780892061648

  What Scares China's Military: The Gulf War "The Gulf War provided Chinese military and civilian decision-makers with a ready example of .   James Mattis, Secretary of Defense, Summary of the National Defense Strategy of the United States of America: Sharpening the American Military’s Competitive Edge, U.S. Department of .   U.S. Security Policy in Asia: Implications for China-U.S. Relations, paper by Wu Xinbo, Visiting Fellow, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, September , .   Quoted in Colin Gray, Strategy for Chaos: Revolutions in Military Affairs and the Evidence of History, (London: Routledge, ), ↩ Watts, Six Decades, ↩ Roger Cliff et al, Entering the Dragon’s Lair: Chinese Anti-access Strategies and Their Implications for the United States (Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, ),

modernization effort and the future of military capabilities. In March , Tate started OTH military and technology acquisition and development competition. 1 It also emanates from what the Science of Military Strategy—an authoritative book. than 25 years of U.S. military successes enabled by space capabilities.8 China and Russia, in particular, are developing a variety of means to exploit perceived U.S. reliance on space-based systems and challenge the U.S. position in space. 9 Iran and North Korea also have demonstrated some counterspace capabilities that. Congressional Research Service, "China’s Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Naval Capabilities – Background and Issues for Congress," September 5, Two DOD strategy and budget documents released in January state that U.S. military strategy will place a renewed emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region, and that as a result. challenge the U.S. military across domains, is dramatically different from the futures envisioned during the s, s, or even early s. This report identifies five key maritime logistics planning assumptions that should shift to reflect the new environment: 1. from secure, proximate resupply facilities to distant and/or contested basing; 2.

Military science is the study of military processes, institutions, and behavior, along with the study of warfare, and the theory and application of organized coercive force. It is mainly focused on theory, method, and practice of producing military capability in a manner consistent with national defense ry science serves to identify the strategic, political, economic. David Shambaugh, a leading international authority on Chinese strategic and military affairs, offers the most comprehensive and insightful assessment to date of the Chinese military. The result of a decade's research, Modernizing China's Military comes at a crucial moment in history, one when international attention is increasingly focused on the rise of Chinese military power. The strategy diamond was developed by strategy researchers Don Hambrick and Jim Fredrickson as a framework for checking and communicating a strategy (Hambrick & Frederickson, ). You have already learned in this chapter about the need for focus and choice with strategy, but you might also have noticed that generic strategies and value. But Asian military sources have indicated to the author that a new 3,km range variant of the DF may also have an anti-ship capability. Space systems will also enable the PLAN to use longer range cruise missiles and new SAMs.

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While military reform debates occurred in the s and s, they did not unfold in the same strategic context as proposed by Secretary Hegal’s new offset strategy construct. The first effort to revamp the American approach to defense planning and programming after the Cold War began in Marchsome six months before the 9/11 attacks.

The new defense strategy is built around the concept of shifting to a “capabilities-based” approach to defense. That concept reflects the fact that the United States cannot know with. A turning point came in the s, when the CCP witnessed two demonstrations of U.S.

military power in its hemisphere: the Gulf War and the Taiwan Strait Crisis. as part of its A2/AD strategy. Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress, by Ronald O'Rourke; and CRS Report R, The Chinese Military: Overview and Issues for Congress, by Ian E. Rinehart.

7 The term grand strategy generally refers to a country’s overall strategy for securing its interests and making its way in. Further muddling the definition and direction of a third offset strategy is conflating the military innovations central to a new offset strategy with general acquisition reform, manufacturing innovations such as 3D printing, and other innovations that are more about general American competitiveness than military capabilities.

Arguably, most. Maintaining a military that is prepared to face uncertain future security challenges often requires the acquisition and procurement of new and technologically advanced equipment, which is a major expense for any nation.

For decades, RAND has researched and evaluated military acquisition and procurement activities, providing essential recommendations to allow military decisionmakers to. Department of Defense Comprehensive Selected Acquisition Reports (SARs) - December - Updated Nov.

18, COVID Travel Restrictions Installation Status Update, Nov. 18,   Robert Work, Deputy Secretary of Defense, “The Third U.S. Offset Strategy and its Implications for Partners and Allies,” speech delivered at Center for a New American Security meeting.

Inthe AFP focus, with the U.S. forces in support, turned to Jolo island, where ASG leaders went after the operation in Basilan. Initially, the Philippine military adopted a heavy-handed approach, and U.S. SOF were immersed in learning new terrain and a new population with a legacy of fierce resistance to outsiders.

could New Military Strategy for the 1990s: Implications for Capabilities and Acquisition book implications beyond the space domain, disrupting worldwide services upon which the civil and commerical sectors depend.

Space is increasingly competitive. Although the United States still maintains an overall edge in space capabilities, the U.S. competitive advantage has decreased as market-entry barriers have lowered (see Figure 3). 4 Defense Intelligence Agency, China Military Power, Modernizing a Force to Fight and Win,pp.

Hereinafter DIA CMP. 5 Office of Naval Intelligence, The PLA Navy, New Capabilities and Missions for the 21st Century, undated but released in April47 pp.

6 IHS Jane’s Fighting Shipsand previous editions. Other. A revolution in military affairs (RMA) is a hypothesis in military theory about the future of warfare, often connected to technological and organizational recommendations for military reform.

Broadly stated, RMA claims that in certain periods of the history of humankind, there were new military doctrines, strategies, tactics and technologies which led to an irrecoverable change in the conduct.

This brief summarizes a report analyzing the development of Russia's military capabilities over the next 20 years — with a focus on ground combat — and the implications of that development for U.S.-Russian competition and for the U.S.

Army. RAND researchers designed a two-part theoretical framework to analyze the development of Russia's. Ch. 1 – Coercion in a Competitive World. Between andthe United States was the world’s dominant power.

With a productive economy and a federal government willing to spend generously on a military already well-advantaged relative to other countries, the United States “enjoyed uncontested or dominant superiority in every operating domain. China’s emergence as a global economic superpower and as a major regional military power in Asia and the Pacific, has had a major impact on its relations with the United States and its neighbors.

China was the driving factor in the new strategy the United States announced in that called for the U.S. to “rebalance” its forces to Asia-Pacific region.

China’s National Defense in continues the tradition of offering additional bits of incremental information each year, but still refrains from delving into the concrete discussion of China’s military capabilities that foreign defense analysts hope for. To its credit, the White Paper is a carefully-written document that offers insight into China’s defense policy and some general.

I. Introduction. In Julythe People’s Republic of China (PRC) released its 10 th Defence White Paper (DWP), China’s National Defence in the New Era, [1] four years after the Xi Jinping-led military reforms of The military reforms significantly shrunk the size of Chinese land forces, established the People’s Liberation Army Strategic Support Force (PLASSF), and created five.

Contents Introduction 4 Pakistan’s Strategic Challenges: Traditional Threats and New Adversaries 8 External Threats, Inconsistent Partners 8 Internal Threats 19 A Short History of Pakistan’s Military 22 Indian Partition, Kashmir, and the Use of Proxies 22 US Military Aid, the First Military Regime, and the War 23 The War and a Return to Civilian Rule The Historical Office of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) dates to It is one of the longest serving continuously operating offices in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and has been recognized for the excellence of its publications and programs for over a half century.

The mission of the historical office is to collect, preserve, and present the history of the Office of. The first of China’s Type amphibious assault ship recently embarked on a second round of sea trials.

CSIS experts draw from new satellite imagery to analyze how this vessel contributes to China’s ongoing military modernization. The Bottom Line. The next National Defense Strategy (NDS) should: Restore the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) to its research and engineering foundation with a focus on emerging and future threats, and correspondingly increase the research and engineering budget for these activities.

Ina relatively obscure book caused a major stir among the U.S. Air Force leadership. Why Air Forces Fail, edited by Robin Higham and Stephen J. Harris, lays out the determinants of failure. Since the late s, a focus on science and technology (S&T) development has been central to Chinese military strategy – which has stressed the imperative of developing military capabilities to deter U.S.

intervention in regional wars China might find itself fighting, raise the potential costs for Washington in any such conflict, preclude. Intelligence overviews of major foreign military challenges we face. This volume provides details on China’s defense and military goals, strategy, plans, and intentions; the organization, structure, and capability of its military supporting those goals; and the enabling infrastructure and industrial base.

A second goal of the book is to explain when and why China has pursued major changes in its military strategy, or efforts to transform the PLA’s approach to warfighting.

These major changes. Cisco Systems plans to dominate its market and is well on the way, having acquired 14 companies since While many acquisitions bring with them attendant stress, Cisco has more than doubled its sales and net income in The secret: not just buying, but.

the hierarchy of Russian strategic documents, the updated military doctrine was adopted before thenew version of theSe curity strategy, and one quarterof the Security strategy devoted to defense issues and is international considerations.

What are the implications for the European Union, which seems to be occupying a less prominent role than. Military strategy and business strategy differ in that: @ Pages and References: p12 a.

There is no concept like tactics in business b. Good military strategist must first be a good military tactician - practicing it in the field first c. The objective of military strategy is to defeat the enemy; business strategy seeks coexistence rather than. Over the past several years, China has begun a new phase of military development by beginning to articulate roles and missions for the PLA that go beyond China’s immediate territorial interests, but has left unclear to the international community the purposes and objectives of the PLA’s evolving doctrine and capabilities.

Once the Cold War ended, though, B Clinton, Bush 43 and Obama all found excuses for not spending heavily on new gear, and today's increasingly decrepit military arsenal reflects that. The Pakistani military traces its roots directly back to the British Indian Army, in which many British Indian Muslims served during World War I and World War II, prior to the Partition of India in Upon Partition, military formations with a Muslim-majority (such as the Indian Army's infantry Muslim regiments) were transferred to the new Dominion of Pakistan, while on an individual basis.

The National Defense Strategy explains the importance of developing new operational concepts to “sharpen our competitive advantages and enhance our lethality” across the entire spectrum of conflict.1 The strategy forces us to think beyond military modernization and order of battle to consider how the joint force could be used in new.The implications for United States policy are numerous, and the capabilities China either currently possesses or is in the process of developing certainly pose a strategic risk to the United States’ ability to operate in the Indo-Pacific region.

Investments into space-related research and development (R&D) drive military capabilities and.