The Telegram

History and Strategies: Grand, Maritime, and American

Too Cheap to Rule: Political and Fiscal Sources of the Coming American Retrenchment

Leadership for Military Professions: A Real Strategic Means for America

Sovereignty – The Ultimate States’ Rights Argument

Defining and Teaching Grand Strategy

Can the United States Do Grand Strategy?

The Promise and Failure of American Grand Strategy after the Cold War

Winning the Wars We’re in

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