Sea Control 202 – Regional Strategy Week with Dr. Sebastian Bruns and John Bradford
Sea Control - CIMSEC
By Jared Samuelson We spanned 16 time zones to bring you Dr. Sebastian Bruns from Kiel’s Center for Maritime Security Studies and John Bradford from the Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Affairs discussing lessons learned from CIMSEC’s recently concluded Regional Strategy Week, to include the importance of resources to development of national strategy, budgetary pressures of … Continue reading Sea Control 202 – Regional Strategy Week with Dr. Sebastian Bruns and John Bradford →
Sea Control 169 - Larry Bond and Sebastian Bruns on Harpoon, Red Storm Rising, and Tom Clancy
Links: 1. A Brief History of Naval Wargames2. Harpoon3. The Admiralty Trilogy4. Sea Control 156: Sink the Montana!5. Larry Bond on Goodreads6. Institute for Security Policy at Kiel University7. Principles of Underwater Sound by Robert Urick8. US Naval Strategy and National Security by Dr. Sebastian Bruns9. Kiel Seapower Series
Episode 511: Baltic Security with Dr. Sebastian Bruns
From Finland to Denmark, Sweden to Poland - from small Latvia to the Continental power of Germany - the return of Russia has brought a renewed focus the last half decade to the Baltic.Not just a SLOC, there are important economic and cultural ties that predate written history that continue to be important today.Our guest for the full hour in a wide ranging discussion will be Dr. Sebastian Bruns. Sebastian heads the Center for Maritime Strategy & Security (CMSS) at the Institute for Security Policy, University of Kiel (ISPK). He is the author/editor of six books, including "Routledge Handbook of Naval Strategy and Security" (edited with Joachim Krause, London 2016), and his latest, "US Naval Strategy and National Security. The Evolution of American Maritime Power" (London, 2018).