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grand strategy

See national security strategy; national strategy.
References in classic literature ?
Fouquet thought Aramis was right, that this newly-arrived was a king as pure in his race as the other, and that, for having repudiated all participation in this coup d'etat , 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.
China's Grand Strategy: Weaving a New Silk Road to Global Primacy
IMPERATOR: Rome is the grand strategy game for anyone who thinks Civilisation doesn't have enough menus.
Synopsis: The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have convinced many governmental policymakers and scholars that the United States should pull back in international affairs and that restraint should guide grand strategy. In "American Power and Liberal Order: A Conservative Internationalist Grand Strategy", Paul D.
The End of Grand Strategy: US Maritime Operations in the Twenty-First Century, by Simon Reich and Peter Dombrowski.
Amerikan Grand Stratejisi: Obama'nin Ortadogu Mirasi [American Grand Strategy: Obama's Middle East Legacy]
In other words, strategic culture consists of common or shared ideas regarding strategy or grand strategy that exist across a people or a nation.
KARACHI -- Minister for Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs Asad Umar has said that the government is preparing a grand strategy to revive the Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) and Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).
Emergent Strategy and Grand Strategy by Ionut Popescu.
The demand for change, real, substantive change, is not in itself an uncommon and or even unreasonable desire--especially when it comes to American grand strategy. If we were to engage in an open and honest evaluation of United States foreign affairs since the end of World War II, one could easily testify to the many triumphs of United States diplomacy while, at the same time, acknowledging the United States diplomatic record during this time is hardly flawless.
Our defeats in Fourth Generation wars have sent a clear message that we need a new grand strategy. The enemy we face, and so far cannot successfully fight, is state disintegration and the forces that promote it.
The latest, On Grand Strategy, however, will disappoint those hoping for another learned exposition on the American role in the post-World War II era.