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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, Marie Williams, Walker Mills
 
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 ……
 
Links 1. "Disrupt the Navy’s Operational Model to Counter China," by Bryan Clark & Bryan McGrath, CDRSalamander, Aug 11, 2021. 2. "Restoring American Seapower - A New Fleet Architecture for the United States Navy," by Bryan Clark, Bryan McGrath et al., Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, 2017. 3. "American Seapower at a Crossroads: A Pl…
 
Links 1. "Problems and Processes of Restricting Navigation in Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas," by So Yeon Kim, The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, June 3, 2021. 2. "Making International Law Truly ‘International’? Reflecting on Colonial Approaches to the China-Vietnam Dispute in the South China Sea and the Tribute System," by So Y…
 
By Jared Samuelson We have a great team at Sea Control and the bench is deep! How deep? So deep we have a Ph.D as our senior serving editor and Dr. Ed Salo is on the podcast today to discuss his thesis on the ferry’s role in South Carolina’s development. We hope you enjoy, and … Continue reading Sea Control 270 – The Ferry’s Role in South Carolina’…
 
We have a great team at Sea Control and the bench is deep! How deep? So deep we have a Ph.D as our senior serving editor and Dr. Ed Salo is on the podcast today to discuss his thesis on the ferry’s role in South Carolina’s development. We hope you enjoy, and feel free reach out to Ed if you want to read his work!…
 
By Jared Samuelson While busy dramatically reshaping his service, Marine Corps Commandant General Berger managed to stop by the Sea Control virtual studio (the first podcast program to make it on his Commandant’s reading list.) In a wide-ranging interview, we discussed force design, expeditionary logistics, the Light Amphibious Warship, anti-submar…
 
1. The 38th Commandant's Planning Guidance, by Gen. David H. Berger, July 2019 2. General David H. Berger official biography. 3. The Courage to Change: Modernizing U.S. Marine Corps Human Capital Investment and Retention, by Eric Reid, The Brookings Institution, June 2021. 4.Force Design 2030, by Gen. David H. Berger, March 26, 2020. 5. "Bring Back…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Brian Chao and CAPT Hugues Canuel join the program for a discussion of rising and falling French seapower. The discussion spans the period from the Pax Britannica until post-World War 2 and includes comparisons of France’s evolving relationship with seapower to China’s rise today. Sea Control 268 – French Seapower with … Cont…
 
By Jared Samuelson Chirayu Thakkar joins the program to discuss acceptable solutions and a raft of complications for Mauritius, the UK, India, and U.S. interests in the Chagos archipelago. Download Sea Control 267 – Resolving Diego Garcia with Chirayu Thakkar Links 1. “Overcoming the Diego Garcia Stalemate,” by Chirayu Thakkar, War on the Rocks, Ju…
 
By Jon Frerichs Former Army Captain Anjanay Kumar joins the program to discuss his Army Mad Scientist fictional intelligence article that is grounded in a rich historical foundation of Chinese history and combined with a believable twist on current events and how a crisis with China could be lost before the conflict ever begins. Sea … Continue read…
 
By Jared Samuelson Nitya Labh joins CIMSEC’s Jared Samuelson to talk about her recent article in Australian Defense Magazine, “Building Islands and Influence: Chinese Land Reclamation in the Southwest Pacific.” In this shorter episode she covers China’s land reclamation capability and how it can be used to leverage influence with Pacific nations. D…
 
By Walker Mills Nathan Lauterbach joins CIMSEC’s Jonathon Frerichs to talk about his recent article in USNI Proceedings “Marine Aviation is Naval Aviation.” Download Sea Control 264 – Marine and Naval Aviation with Nate Lauterbach Links 1. “Marine Aviation Is Naval Aviation,” by Nathan Lauterbach, USNI Proceedings, April 2021. 2. Commandant’s Plann…
 
“Marine Aviation Is Naval Aviation,” by Nathan Lauterbach, USNI Proceedings, April 2021. “Commandant’s Planning Guidance,” by David Berger, United States Marine Corps, July 2019. Tentative Manual for Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations, by United States Marine Corps, 2021. “Marines Update Force Design After a Year of Experimentation in the Field…
 
Links: 1. Western Military Capability in Northern Europe, Part I Collective Defence, by Eva Hagstrӧm Frisell et al., FOI, March 10, 2021. 2. Western Military Capability in Northern Europe, Part II National Capabilities, by Eva Hagstrӧm Frisell et al., FOI, March 10, 2021 3. Bursting the Bubble? Beyond A2/AD in the Baltic Sea Region: Capabilities, C…
 
By Jon Frerichs Lieutenant Commander Ryan Hilger joins the program to discuss his recent CIMSEC article that explores current gaps and opportunities in maritime mobile basing and expeditionary logistics through a historical deep dive into the evolution of Service Support Squadron Ten and its contribution to the fight in the Pacific. Download Sea Co…
 
By Jared Samuelson Building on the work of the legendary Wayne Hughes, ENS Kara Dowling examines offense as a ship self-defense tactic. Download Sea Control 260 – The Best Defense is a Good Offense with ENS Kara Dowling Links 1. “Cost-Effectiveness of Offense as a Ship Self-Defense Tactic,” by ENS Kara Dowling, USNI Proceedings, April … Continue re…
 
Links 1. "Cost-Effectiveness of Offense as a Ship Self-Defense Tactic," by ENS Kara Dowling, USNI Proceedings, April 2021. 2. "A Multiagent Stochastic Control Model for Adversarial Planning in Naval Operations: Cost Effectiveness of the Offense as a Ship Self-Defense Tactic," ENS Kara Dowling, Phalanx 53, no. 3 (2020): 34-39.…
 
By Jared Samuelson If you’ve missed it, you need to read the new newsletter by and for junior officers, Sea State. Two contributors, Madison Sargeant and Yash Khatavkar, join the program to discuss the newsletter, its purpose, their editorial process and more! Sea Control 259 – Sea State with Madison Sargeant and Yash Khatavkar Links … Continue rea…
 
By Jared Samuelson Australian Army Major General Mick Ryan joins the program for a wide-ranging discussion sparked by his reading of C.S. Forester’s classic, The Ship. We discuss “useful fiction,” lessons learned from Forester, and a whole raft of reading recommendations (see the show notes!). Download Sea Control 258 – The Ship with Maj Gen … Cont…
 
Links 1. The Ship by C.S. Forester, reprint of the ed. published by Sun Dial Press in 1944. 2. Sea Control 247 - 2034 with Admiral James Stavridis and Elliot Ackerman 3. Ghost Fleet, by Peter W. Singer and August Cole, Eamon Dolan Books, 2016. 4. Burn In, by P.W. Singer and August Cole, 2020. 5. An Eye for a Storm: Imagining the Future of Professio…
 
Links 1. "Embrace Cognitive Diversity," by LCDR Rachel Foote, USNI Proceedings, December 2020. 2. "Teams Solve Problems Faster When They're Cognitively Diverse," by Alison Reynolds and David Lewis, Harvard Business Review, March 30, 2017. 3. The War Room, U.S. Army War College podcast.By Rachel Foote, Charlotte Mundy, Anna McNeil
 
By Anna McNeil LCDR Rachel Foote and CDR Charlotte Mundy of the U.S. Coast Guard join us to discuss the complex definition of cognitive diversity, bias, organizational culture and more! Download Sea Control 257 – Embracing Cognitive Diversity with Rachel Foote & Charlotte Mundy Links 1. “Embrace Cognitive Diversity,” by LCDR Rachel Foote, USNI Proc…
 
By Walker Mills Pulitzer Prize-winning author and investigative journalist Ian Urbina join the program to talk about his recent article in The New Yorker about fish meal and his book The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier. Ian describes his experiences reporting from the sea, the impacts of IUU fishing, sea farer abandonment, ……
 
Links 1. “Fish Farming is Feeding the Globe. What’s the Cost for Locals?” by Ian Urbina, The New Yorker, March 1, 2021. 2. The Outlaw Ocean Project website. 3. Sea Control 225: IUU Fishing and the Evolution of the Sea Shepherd with Dr. Claude Berube, CIMSEC, January 31, 2021. 4. Sea Control 218: Coastal Insecurity, Ansar Al-Sunnah, and Women in Mar…
 
By Walker Mills Major Zach Ota, a Marine Corps Regional Affairs Officer, talks with host Walker Mills about his award-winning essay “Littoral Access Companies” as well as the opportunities and challenges in the Marine Corps international affairs community. Zach also tells the story of Sergeant Major Jacob Vouza, a Solomon Islands native who played …
 
Links 1. “Littoral Access Companies,” by Zach Ota, Marine Corps Gazette, February 2021. 2. “Tentative Manual for Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations,” by USMC, 2020. 3. “Littoral Operations in a Contested Environment,” USMC, 2017. 4. Solomon Islanders in World War II: An Indigenous Perspective, Anna Annie Kwai, Australian National University Pre…
 
By Jared Samuelson Former Pacific Fleet commander Admiral Scott Swift (ret.) joins the program to discuss the difficulty of measuring readiness, incorporating capability and capacity, and the struggle to find common definitions for the joint force. Download Sea Control 254 – Defining Readiness with Admiral Scott Swift (ret.) Links “Redefine Readine…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Jeremy Stöhs and Dr. Henrik Breitenbauch join the program to discuss European naval power in the wake of the Cold War and what the future holds, to include Techflation, personnel problems, missile gaps, and more! Download Sea Control 253 – The Future of European Seapower with Dr. Jeremy Stöhs and Dr. … Continue reading Sea Co…
 
By Jared Samuelson Defecting Soviet sailors, possible contamination from explosions in Chinese port facilities, and deadly lemons! How do the U.S. and Canadian governments organize a whole-of-government response to a threat originating in the maritime domain? Brian Wilson and Nora Johnson join the podcast to discuss Maritime Operational Threat Resp…
 
Links 1. "Bordering on Crisis: Overcoming Multiagency Crisis Coordination Challenges," by Brian Wilson and Nora Johnson, New York University Press, 2021. 2. The Jump 3. "The Defection of Simas Kudirka," by Tom Dunlop, Martha's Vineyard Magazine, December 1, 2005. 4. "China explosions: what we know about what happened in Tianjin," BBC, August 17, 20…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Christian Bueger and Dr. Tobias Liebetrau join the program to discuss real and imagined threats to undersea cables, infrastructure, and the complexities of regulating and protecting an international network. Download Sea Control 251 – Undersea, Out of Mind with Dr. Christian Bueger and Dr. Tobias Liebetrau Links 1. “Protectin…
 
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