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What direction do we need to go for our next maritime strategy? Using he recent article, Control of the Seas, as our starting point, our guest for the full hour will be Seth Cropsey, Senior Fellow and director of Hudson Institute's Center for American Seapower.
He served in government at the Defense Department as Assistant to the SECDEF Caspar Weinberger and then as Deputy Undersecretary of the Navy in the Reagan & Bush administrations, where he was responsible for the Navy’s position on efforts to reorganize DoD, development of the maritime strategy, the Navy’s academic institutions, naval special operations, and burden-sharing with NATO allies. In the Bush administration, Cropsey moved to OSD to become acting assistant secretary, and then principal deputy assistant SECDEF for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict.
During the period that preceded the collapse of the USSR—from 1982 to 1984—Cropsey directed the editorial policy of the Voice of America on the Solidarity movement in Poland, Soviet treatment of dissidents, and other issues. Returning to public diplomacy in 2002 as director of the US government’s International Broadcasting Bureau, Cropsey supervised the agency as successful efforts were undertaken to increase radio and television broadcasting to the Muslim world.
Cropsey’s work in the private sector includes reporting for Fortune magazine & as a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and as director of the Heritage Foundation’s Asia Studies Center from 1991-94.
His articles have been published in the Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, Foreign Affairs, Commentary magazine, RealClear World, & others.
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Welcome to Dresser After Dark with Michael Dresser. Tonight we welome these guests to our show:
Jack Phillips, Ph.D.: Co-author of "Measuring Leadership Development: Quantify Your Program's Impact and ROI on Organizational Performance," http://www.roiinstitute.net
Shannon Des Roches Rosa: Co-editor of "Thinking Person's Guide to Autism," http://www.ThinkingAutismGuide.com
Nealon Hightower: Author of "Six Simple Truths to Fat Release: How I Let Go of More Than 100 Pounds the Easy Way," http://www.sixsimpletruths.com
Linda Gorchels: Author of "Business Model Renewal: How to Grow and Prosper By Defying Best Practices and Reinventing Your Stragegy," http://www.brainsnackscafe.com
Niki Hayes: Author of "John Saxon's Story: A Genius of Common Sense in Math Education," http://www.saxonmathwarrior.com
Bernadette Martinelli: Author of "Alzheimer's the Memory Slayer: 7 Things to Do Today So You Don't Lose Your Mind Tomorrow," http://www.alzheimersandhope.com
Thank you for joining us tonight on Dresser After Dark!
At a time when already small NATO defense budgets shrink while it is actively engaged in two combat operations decades after the Soviet treat faded into history - what is NATO and where does it stand? Is NATO "transforming" - and if so in to what?
From the ashes of the former Soviet Union - Russia and its near abroad are starting to re-establish their identity - what are the implications?
Join Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander" and EagleOne of "EagleSpeak" with their guest for the full hour, CAPT Thomas Fedyszyn, (Ph.D.), USN (Ret.) - Professor of National Security Affairs at the U.S. Naval War College and Chair of the Europe-Russia Studies Group.
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