Grand Strategy

“Grand strategy is the direction and use made of any or all of the assets of a security community, including its military instrument, for the purposes of policy as decided by politics.” — Colin S. Gray, The Future of Strategy

“A grand strategy is a political-military, means-ends chain, a state’s theory about how it can best ’cause’ security for itself.” — Barry Posen, The Sources of Military Doctrine

“American Grand Strategy” with Dr. Richard Hooker

Evening Lecture | Richard Haass: A New American Grand Strategy