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Links 1. Navy League of the United States. 2. Sea-Air-Space Exposition. 3. “From the Deck Plate of the Center for Maritime Strategy of the Navy League of the United States,” by James Foggo III, Seapower Magazine, November 15, 2021. 4. Asia’s Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific by Robert D. Kaplan, Random House, 2014. 5. “O…
 
By Walker Mills The program is joined by Dr. Assis Malaquias, a professor and the Chair of the global Studies and Maritime Affairs Department at Cal Maritime; and Tim Walker, who is a Senior Researcher and the Maritime Project Leader at the Institute for Security Studies in South Africa, to discuss the evolving maritime security … Continue reading …
 
Links 1. Sea Control 218: Coastal Insecurity, Ansar Al-Sunna and Women in Maritime Security with Kelly Moss & Lexie Van Buskirk, by Walker Mills, CIMSEC, December 20, 2020. 2. “Mozambique’s Tuna Corruption Scandal Puts Justice on Trial,” by Karen Schoonbee, BBC News, October 3, 2021. 3.Institute for Security Studies website.…
 
By Jared Samuelson MIDN 1/C Benoit Gorgemans joins the program to discuss his research and Proceedings article covering the history and development of the Russian Navy’s flotilla in the Caspian Sea. Downloaded Sea Control 295 – Russia’s Caspian Flotilla with MIDN 1/C Benoit Gorgemans Links 1. “The Caspian Flotilla: Russia’s Offensive Reinvention,” …
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Alin Kadfak and Dr. Anna Antonova join us to discuss their article from the October issue of Marine Policy, “Sustainable Networks: Modes of Governance in the EU’s External Fisheries Policy Relations Under the IUU Regulation in Thailand and the SFPA with Senegal.” Download Sea Control 294 – EU Fisheries Governance with … Conti…
 
By Anna McNiel Dr. Diane Zorri and Dr. Gary Kessler join the program to discuss irregular warfare at the intersection of the maritime and cyber domains. Download Sea Control 293 — Cyber Threats and Chokepoints with Dr. Diane Zorri and Dr. Gary Kessler Links 1. “Cyber Threats and Choke Points: How Adversaries are Leveraging Maritime … Continue readi…
 
Links 1. "Cyber Threats and Choke Points: How Adversaries are Leveraging Maritime Cyber Vulnerabilities for Advantage in Irregular Warfare," by Dr. Diane Zorri and Dr. Gary Kessler, Modern Warfare Institute, September 8, 2021. 2. Cross Domain IW Threats to SOF Maritime Missions: Implications for U.S. SOF, by Dr. Gary Kessler and Dr. Diane Zorri, Jo…
 
By Jon Frerichs Dr. Jeannette Haynie and Brian Kerg join our program to discuss their personal experiences of gender discrimination in the naval services as well as opportunities and methods to break down existing gender barriers — a must-listen for naval leaders at all levels! Download Sea Control 292 — Closing the Gender Gap with … Continue readi…
 
Links 1. "Close the Door on Gender Barriers," by Brian Kerg, Proceedings, United States Naval Institute, August 2021. 2. USNI Blog posts by Jeannette Haynie. 3. Athena Leadership Project. 4. USMC Women’s Initiative Team Facebook page. 5. Actionable Change – the FB page is closed to all but female Marines, but there is s also an Allies page. 6. "The…
 
By Jared Samuelson CDR Ike Harris joins the program to discuss his Proceedings article, “Change the Surface Navy’s Maintenance Philosophy.” Sea Control 291 – Changing the Surface Navy’s Maintenance Culture with CDR Ike Harris Links 1. “Change the Surface Navy’s Maintenance Philosophy,” by Commander Isaac Harris, Proceedings, August 2021. 2. Compreh…
 
Links: 1. Change the Surface Navy’s Maintenance Philosophy, by Commander Isaac Harris, Proceedings, Aug 2021. 2. Comprehensive Review of Recent Surface Force Incidents, US Fleet Forces Command, Oct 26, 2017. 3. Fleet Review Panel of Surface Force Readiness (The Balisle Report), by VADM Balisle, Feb 26, 2010.…
 
By Jared Samuelson Author Rachael Squire joins the podcast to discuss her new book on the Sealab experiments, the Cold War, and undersea geopolitics. Download Sea Control 290 — Undersea Geopolitics with Rachael Squire Links 1. Undersea Geopolitics: Sealab, Science, and the Cold War by Rachael Squire, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2021. Jared Sam…
 
By Walker Mills Kunika Kakuta, a PhD student in the War Studies Department at King’s College, London joins us to talk about her dissertation comparing naval culture and politics in 5th century Athens and Imperial Japan. She discusses the relationship between naval institutions and politics, primary source research, and lessons for contemporary lead…
 
Links 1. “The Thucydides Trap: Are the U.S. and China Headed for War?” by Graham Allison, The Atlantic, September, 24, 2015. 2. Seapower States: Maritime Culture, Continental Empires and the Conflict that Made the Modern World, by Andrew Lambert, Yale University Press, 2018.By Kunika Kakuta, Walker Mills, William McQuiston
 
By Walker Mills Thomas Shugart, a recently retired Navy captain and now defense analyst, discusses his recent piece in War on the Rocks, “Mind the Gap: How China’s Civilian Shipping Could Enable A Taiwan Invasion.” The conversation covers the balance of maritime power in the Strait of Taiwan, the People’s Maritime Militia, and how China … Continue …
 
Links 1. “Mind the Gap: How China’s Civilian Shipping Could Enable A Taiwan Invasion,” by Thomas Shugart, War on the Rocks, August 16, 2021. 2. “The Better China is Prepared for War, the More it Can Crush US-DPP Collusion,” by Hu Xijin, Global Times, August 28, 2021. 3. “Davidson: China Could Try to Take Control of Taiwan In ‘Next Six Years," Mallo…
 
By Walker Mills Historian Dr. Mark Folse joins the program to talk about Marine Corps history during the early 20th Century and his recent essay in Naval History Magazine, “Never Known a Day of Peace.” The discussion covers Marines in the Spanish American War, the Philippine Insurgency, interventions in Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti, Mexico, China, the … …
 
By Jared Samuelson This week, we are joined by two of our editors and CIMSEC contributors, Jonathan Selling and Collin Fox. They have each written on Taiwan for CIMSEC within the last year and join the program to discuss Taiwan and sea denial. Download Sea Control 286 – Taiwan and Sea Denial with Collin Fox … Continue reading Sea Control 286 — Taiw…
 
Links 1. "The Porcupine in No Man’s Sea: Arming Taiwan for Sea Denial," by Collin Fox, CIMSEC, August 4, 2021. 2. "Between the Giants: The Future of the Taiwanese Navy in an Era of Great Power Competition," by Jonathan Selling, CIMSEC, September 18, 2020.By Jonathan Selling, Collin Fox, Jared Samuelson, Joshua Groover
 
By Jon Frerichs David Strachan joins our program to discuss the history of mine warfare, the continued development of the seabed, and the evolution of undersea and seabed warfare. Download Sea Control 285 – Naval Mining and Undersea Warfare with David Strachan Links 1. “MEDUSA is U.S. Navy’s Secret Mine-Laying Submarine,” by David Hambling, Forbes,…
 
Links 1. "MEDUSA is U.S. Navy's Secret Mine-Laying Submarine," by David Hambling, Forbes, June 4, 2021. 2. Chinese Mine Warfare: A PLA Navy 'Assassin's Mace' Capability, by Andrew Erickson, Lyle Goldstein, and William Murray, China Maritime Studies Institute, Naval War College, 2009. 3. Hammerhead, Orca, SSGN, by David Strachan, Strikepod Systems, …
 
By Jon Frerichs Rear Admiral Tom Williams, Dr. Tim Francis, and Dr. Shawn Woodford join the program to discuss the career of Admiral Richmond Kelly Turner and his role in planning the war in the Pacific during World War II. Download Sea Control 284 – Planning the Pacific War and Admiral Richmond Kelly Turner Links … Continue reading Sea Control 284…
 
Links 1. The Amphibians Came to Conquer, by Admiral George Dyer, GPO 1972. 2. Richmond Kelly Turner: Planning the Pacific War, Navy History and Heritage Command, 2021. 3. The Two Ocean War: A Short History of the US Navy in the Second World War, by Samuel Eliot Morrison, Naval Institute Press, 2007.By Dr. Tim Francis, RDML Tom Williams, Joshua Groover, Dr. Shawn Woodford, Jon Frerichs
 
By Jared Samuelson Hudson Institute Non-Resident Fellow Dr. Satoru Nagao drops by to discuss his contribution to the compilation, Maritime Sri Lanka: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, a chapter on the Japanese perspective on Sri Lanka. Download Sea Control 283 – Maritime Sri Lanka and Japan with Dr. Satoru Nagao Links 1. Maritime Sri Lanka:…
 
By Jared Samuelson John Bradford joins the podcast to discuss his articles, “Maritime Governance Capacity Building: A U.S.-Japan Alliance Agenda for Rule of Law in the Indo-Pacific,” which appeared in Pacific Forum, and a collaboration with Blake Herzinger for the USNI blog, “10 Things Every Sailor and Marine Should Know Before Deploying to Southea…
 
Links 1. "Maritime Governance Capacity Building: A U.S.-Japan Alliance Agenda for Rule of Law in the Indo-Pacific," by John Bradford, Pacific Forum, Issues and Issues & Insights Vol. 21, SR 2, pp. 38-43. 2. "10 Things Every Sailor and Marine Should Know Before Deploying to Southeast Asia," by John Bradford and Blake Herzinger, USNI Blog, August 2, …
 
By Jared Samuelson Friend of the pod Tim Choi and Adam Lajeunesse join the program to discuss their article, “Here There Be Dragons? Chinese Submarine Operations in the Arctic,” and the feasibility of Chinese under-ice operations. Download Sea Control 281 – Here There Be Dragons with Tim Choi and Adam Lajeunesse Links 1. “Here there … Continue read…
 
By Jon Frerichs Jon Klug and Steve Leonard, aka Doctrine Man, join the program to discuss their new work, To Boldly Go: Leadership, Strategy and Conflict in the 21st century and Beyond. Sea Control 280 – To Boldly Go with Doctrine Man and Jon Klug Links 1. To Boldly Go: Leadership, Strategy and Conflict in … Continue reading Sea Control 280 – To Bo…
 
By Jon Frerichs Authors Dr. Theresa Larson (Marine) and Jon Macaskill (retired Navy SEAL) discuss their recent publication of the Mindfulness and Movement Experience Journal and their expanding business in assisting both veterans and others increase their mental and physical health. Download Sea Control 279 – Mindfulness & Movement with Dr. Theresa…
 
By Anna McNiel Johannes Peters and Julian Pawlak introduce the new book authored by the Kiel Seapower Symposium’s distinguished contributors, From the North Atlantic to the South China Sea: Allied Maritime Strategy in the 21st Century. Download Sea Control 278 – From the North Atlantic to the South Pacific with Dr. Johannes Peters and Julian … Cont…
 
Links 1. The Kiel Seapower Series 2. From the North Atlantic to the South China Sea: Allied Maritime Strategy in the 21st Century, edited by Johannes Peters and Julian Pawlak, Nomos, 2021. 3. US Seapower Has a Role in the Baltic, Bruce Stubbs, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, September 2017.By Julian Pawlak, Anna McNeil, Johannes Peters
 
By Walker Mills Dr. Hye Ryeon Jang from the University of Florida’s Department of Political Science joins the program to talk about her PhD dissertation, “Selective Escalation in the South China Sea: China’s Energy Mercantilism, Asymmetric Trade Dependence, and Militarized Maritime Disputes,” and its implications for US policy makers. Download Sea …
 
Links 1. “The Thucydides Trap: Are the U.S. and China Headed for War?”, by Graham Allison, The Atlantic, September 24, 2015 2. “Tribunal Rejects Beijing’s Claims in South China Sea,” by Jane Perlez, The New York Times, July 12, 2016 3. Dr. Hye Ryeon Jang’s websiteBy Dr. Hye Ryeon Jang, Walker Mills, Marie Williams
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Rohan Mukherjee joins the programs to discuss Indian strategy in the Indian Ocean Region, waning U.S. interest, the Indian Navy’s Sea Denial versus Sea Control debate, and more. Download Sea Control 276 – India’s Strategy for the Indian Ocean Region with Dr. Rohan Mukherjee Links 1. “Keeping China Out, the United … Continue r…
 
By Jon Frerichs Authors Maj Ian Brown and Capt Ben Herbold are joined by Sebastian Bae to discuss their Marine Corps Gazette article, “Make it Stick. Institutionalizing Wargaming at EDCOM.” Download Sea Control 275 – Make it Stick: Institutionalizing Wargaming Links 1. “Make it Stick: Institutionalizing Wargaming at EDCOM,” by Maj Ian Brown and Cpt…
 
By Jared Samuelson CDR Ted Pledger joins us to discuss cyber warfare, “firing effectively first,” and his recent post on the USNI Blog, “Fire When Ready, CTN1!” Download Sea Control 274 – “Fire When Ready, CTN1!” with CDR Ted Pledger Links 1. “Fire When Ready, CTN1!,” by Commander Ted Pledger, USNI Blog, July 19, 2021. … Continue reading Sea Contro…
 
By Walker Mills U.S. Naval War College Professor Dr. Milan Vego joins the program for a far-ranging conversation on maritime strategy and operations that touches on force structure, the role of doctrine, and mission command. Dr. Vego is the author of 15 books and nearly 400 articles on these topics and more. Download Sea Control … Continue reading …
 
Links 1. Operational Warfare at Sea: Theory and Practice, by Milan Vego, Routledge, 2020. 2. Exercising Control of the Sea: Theory and Practice, by Milan Vego, Routledge, 2020. 3. Maritime Strategy and Sea Denial: Theory and Practice, by Milan Vego, Routledge, 2020. 4. General Naval Tactics: Theory and Practice, by Milan Vego, Naval Institute Press…
 
By Jared Samuelson Bryan Clark and Bryan McGrath join the program to explain their latest idea for changing the Navy’s force generation model, getting carrier air wings to operate as a system, required shoreside infrastructure, and more. Download Sea Control 272 – Changing the Navy’s Force Generation Model with Bryan Clark and Bryan McGrath Links ……
 
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