Originally published in 2000, this book describes the relation between technology and the exercise of sea power. It emphasizes the importance of mastering and maintaining technology for the means of exercising maritime power whether the USA is at peace or in a time of conflict. The changing character of maritime power is evaluated through an examination of current trends, historical precedent and deductive logic. Many factors influence sea power, but it is the exponential growth in the use of science and technology which the author believes is the key to understanding the future of sea power.
Table of Contents
1. The Antagonists, the Issue, and the Political and Economic Antecendents 2. Obsolescence of the Picket Line: Taking the Battle to the Courts and Capitol Hill 3. Primetime, 60 Minutes and Michael Moore: The Media Campaign 4. Was It Worth the Fight?
About the Series
Originally published between 1994 and 2000 the volumes in this set discuss:
- the successful implementation of radical, technological innovations within business organizations.
- issues of Chinese rural-rural and rural-urban migration
- a number of subjects of significance for labor and economic policy, especially the role of U. S. tax policy in the relocation of jobs from the contintental USA to Puerto Rico.
- the impact an immigrant community in the USA has on the type and quantity of foreign goods available.
- the relation between technology and the exercise of sea power.
- problems related to investment planning, capacity additions, and choice of technology in dynamic manufacturing systems.
BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economics / General
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / International / Economics
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Freedom & Security / International Security
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / Peace