Strategic competition among great powers has reemerged as a defining trait of today’s global security landscape. This has enhanced the difference between open and autocratic societies. Globally, autocratic states are increasingly on the offensive, countering Western efforts to promote human rights.
Centre for Military Studies will be hosting a public seminar Thursday, 20 February 2020, on the strategic affairs of Strategy. What is the strategic utility of this idea of strategy? Join us for expert perspectives on the use of strategy in high-politics, survival, national security, war-avoidance and war-fighting.