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New CS-21

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A painting of a ship with all sails up and a pursuing squadron behind it. In the foreground are small boats.
“Chase of the Constitution, July 1812” by Anton Otto Fischer (1882–1962) – U.S. Naval Historical Center. Record number NH 85542-KN.. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

The Navy has released a new version of the Cooperative Maritime Strategy for 21st Century Seapower.  Here are some thoughts I have:

Why do we need a new strategy? Many critics of the first strategy challenged its focus on collaboration, especially with potential competitors such as China and the Russia. The first strategy hedged on competitors, implicitly suggesting that deterrence and the development of a network of professional relationships could help soften the edges of political disputes. The first CS-21 notably failed to establish much guidance for procurement, fleet constitution, or force structure, which some argued left the service ill-prepared to fight budgetary wars in Washington.

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