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India faces an entire spectrum of security challenges and there is need for reorientation of the country's strategic thinking and reappraisal of its higher defence organisations, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Thursday. Stating that India was
Key Things Great Strategic Thinkers Do Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School, describes the four keys to great strategic decision making. eastsidephil/Flickr To succeed as an entrepreneur, you know you have to be a bit of a visionary. You also,
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American exceptionalism has come to the forefront of the 2012 election to project American influence around the globe. The cost of this influence has resulted in the high cost of American lives and economic stagnation. Based on
India needs to develop its own doctrines to truly seek broadest possible "strategic autonomy", National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon said today and advocated the reading of Kautilya's 'Arthashastra' for broadening the vision on issues of
Toward the end of the Cold War, Soviet military thinkers coined the phrase "Military-Technical Revolution." Based on a combination of extraordinary advances in precision strike and in information and surveillance technologies, the MTR was
Strong leaders blend tactics into strategy Mike Jacobs, Special to The Courier & Press Posted April 7, 2012 at 7:22 p.m. "Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory...This quote by ancient Chinese military general Sun Tzu the author of "
The West is in the process of drastic defense reductions, justified by the lack of existential or even serious military adversaries and catalyzed by the toughest economic times in decades. This third column on an uncommon defense argues that absent
Despite America's penchant for lauding its "exceptionalism," regarding "strategic thinking," this exceptionalism applies to getting that thinking right. Too often, we get it wrong or allow it to be absent without leave...We won World War I yet, in