Market Effects of Naval Presence in a Globalized World: A Research Summary
Looney, Robert E.
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This publication explores various dimensions of US naval policies and programs in the context of globalization, following 9/11. It reviews the impact of globalization on the changing national and international security environment, the impact of economic issues on US maritime strategy and international political maritime alliances and coalitions. The authors highlight the specific role of globalization on US naval operations and force structure.
This is a chapter from the following book: Globalization and Maritime Power, 2002 Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS), Sam J Tangredi (editor).
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