Looking Beyond Policy and Tactics: The Strategic Implications of Energy
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With Guest Lecturer CAPT Wayne Porter Chair, Systemic Strategy and Complexity Naval Postgraduate School At the beginning of this century, we Americans nd ourselves at an in exion point in history, facing a complex and uncertain strategic environment characterized by increasing market and cultural interdependence and competition for nite resources – energy, minerals, food, and water. America’s continued credibility as a global leader hinges on our willingness to accept the challenge of creating a new model of prosperity and security in an interconnected world.
Defense Energy Seminar
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