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      Allies through Thick and Thin: U.S. Navy Strategic Communication, 1986-1994, in Transatlantic Context

      Journal of Advanced Military Studies
      Marine Corps University Press

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          From 1986 to 1994, U.S. Navy declassified strategy documents necessarily shifted in both form and function as the Cold War ended. However, this transition also evidenced a diminished inclusion of allied navies in the Navy’s strategic conceptions. Departing from the global deterrence in the maritime strategy and pivoting toward the power projection in “. . . From the Sea,” an aloofness to alliances emerged. Reflecting on this period through the example of Germany, U.S. naval strategy will be shown to be made more “whole” when it more overtly accounts for allied naval partnership.

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          Journal
          Journal of Advanced Military Studies
          JAMS
          Marine Corps University Press
          27702596
          2770260X
          October 07 2022
          September 16 2022
          October 07 2022
          September 16 2022
          : 13
          : 2
          : 33-55
          Article
          10.21140/mcuj.20221302002
          e4ec4cdb-b122-4771-a7c2-f13bc837425b
          © 2022

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