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Characterizing and Exploring the Implications of Maritime Irregular Warfare

by Peter Chalk Brian Nichiporuk Molly Dunigan Paul Deluca Dick Hoffmann

Although irregular warfare includes a range of activities in which naval forces have played an integral role, there has been little examination of the characteristics or potential of such operations in maritime environments. An assessment of the maritime component of a series of historical and ongoing operations reveals that current notions of irregular warfare would benefit from increased recognition of potentialmaritime contributions.

Sustaining U.S. Nuclear Submarine Design Capabilities

by Jessie Riposo Paul Deluca John F. Schank Mark V. Arena Kimberly Curry Hall

Nuclear submarine design resources at the shipyards, their suppliers, and the Navy may erode for lack of demand. Analysis of alternative workforce and workload management options suggests that the U.S. Navy should stretch out the design of the next submarine class and start it early or sustain design resources above the current demand, so that the next class may be designed on time, on budget, and with low risk.

The U.S.-China Military Scorecard: Forces, Geography, and the Evolving Balance of Power, 1996-2017

by David R. Frelinger Martin C. Libicki Forrest E. Morgan Jeff Hagen Eric Heginbotham David A. Shlapak Paul Deluca Kyle Brady Lyle J. Morris Jeffrey Engstrom Michael Nixon Jacob L. Heim Sheng Li Burgess Laird

A RAND study analyzed Chinese and U. S. military capabilities in two scenarios (Taiwan and the Spratly Islands) from 1996 to 2017, finding that trends in most, but not all, areas run strongly against the United States. While U. S. aggregate power remains greater than China s, distance and geography affect outcomes. China is capable of challenging U. S. military dominance on its immediate periphery and its reach is likely to grow in the years ahead. "

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