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grand strategy

See national security strategy; national strategy.
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so skillfully got up by the General of the Jesuits, he must be a mad enthusiast, unworthy of ever dipping his hands in political grand strategy work.
The International law and the International relations experts argue that legitimacy has become a sine qua non for a successful American grand strategy.
The Eastern European academics describe the grand strategy of ChinaAEs international infrastructure project, the construction of a high speed rail line from Budapest to Belgrade, MontenegroAEs vision of economic development, and the Serbian, Romanian, and Albanian perspectives on the initiatives.
By More Than Providence: Grand Strategy and American Power in the Asia Pacific since 1783, by Michael J.
He must then translate that vision into a national grand strategy.
The Grand Strategy That Won the Cold War: Architecture of Triumph
American Power & Liberal Order: A Conservative Internationalist Grand Strategy
One of the foremost students of grand strategy, Robert Art, posits that grand strategy "tells a nation's leaders what goals they should aim for and how best they can use their country's military power to attain those goals.
In just a couple of weeks, Trump's presidency has upended the key assumptions underpinning China's post-Cold War grand strategy.
Inside China's Grand Strategy is a rewarding read although much of this gratification does not come easily due to the difference between a Western reader's and the author's perspective.
I am not aware of any overall grand strategy at this point," Lieutenant General Thomas Waldhauser -- who has been nominated to lead the US military's Africa Command -- told lawmakers, adding that the current unspecified number of US troops in the country was sufficient for the time being.
Nation Builder: John Quincy Adams and the Grand Strategy of the Republic.