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military strategy

The art and science of employing the armed forces of a nation to secure the objectives of national policy by the application of force or the threat of force. See also strategy.
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Now, Tom Thurston was as skilled in a fortune-hunter's wiles as Napoleon was in military strategy. He saw he had obtained an immense advantage for the future, and he forbore to press the matter any further at the moment.
While he effectively presents an argument for an airpower-oriented military strategy, the author relies heavily on a false dichotomy for military options.
Drawing from diverse Chinese-language sources, including memoirs of leading generals, military histories, and document collections that have become available only in the last two decades, Fravel shows why transformations in military strategy were pursued at certain times and not others.
As stated, Tonoyan is a civilian and does not have a complete understanding of the military strategy - or rather, of what makes a defense and an offense.
Although responsibilities for the national security policy and the national security strategy are clearly defined by law, responsibilities for the national military strategy, as it impacts the VRAEM, are not.
Meanwhile the White House said that President Trump will announce a "path forward" on military strategy in Afghanistan on Monday.
The new Latvian and Lithuanian military strategy and State Defence Concept documents have many differences in comparison with the old versions as they are more heavily stressing certain threats to Latvian and Lithuanian national security, which has the uncompromised title of "Russia threat," and also lists certain goals for their respective militaries which should be achieved in order to adequately respond to the newly emerged danger.
From Napoleon's revolutionary campaigns to the way insurgency, terrorism, and nuclear weaponry have defined the nature of warfare and the results of military strategy have changed the course of history again and again and again.
A statement by his office said that "Allawi met today, Executive Director of the Counter-terrorism in the UN Security Council Jean-Paul Laborde and his accompanying delegation, and discussed with him, the risks facing Iraq and the region, led by terrorism of Daash and the escalation of Iraqi youth emigration, indicating that they concluded to the need for a dual political and military strategy to counter Daash and defeat it "./ End
One shouldn't be an expert in security or military strategy to understand that ISIS is a creation of the powerful forces for accomplishing their personal goals, observes Iskra Koroveshovska in DNEVNIK.
Dempsey announced the new National Military Strategy which takes into account increasing disorder in the world and the erosion of America's comparative military advantage.
CHINA on Tuesday outlined a first ever "white paper"on military strategy that outlined a more robust posture for its blue- water navy, and warned of threats to its security from "still smouldering"boundary disputes over land.

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