Strategic change and naval roles : issues for a medium naval power : proceedings of the Maritime Strategic Issues Workshop held at HMAS Creswell, November 1992

Author/s (editor/s):

Andy Mack, Jeremy Davis, Sam Bateman, John Dauth, Bill Dovers, Graeme Cheeseman, Paul Dibb, William Tow, Robert Bruce, Rob Wallis, Ric Leahy, Jason Sears, Warwick Gately, Dick Sherwood, Tim Cox, Chris Barrie

Publication year:

1993

Publication type:

Policy paper

Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defence No. 102

This monograph comprises the proceedings of a Maritime Strategic Issues Workshop hosted by the Chief of Naval Staff at HMAS Creswell in November 1992. The workshop was attended by academics and by naval officers and other government officials with an interest in maritime security developments. The objective was to assess tho implications for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) of the changes that have occurred in recent years in the global and regional strategic environment. 

Successive sessions of the workshop considered the impact of strategic change, changing naval roles, the RAN's contribution to regional security, current maritime strategic issues and the strategic role for the RAN as perceived by naval officers at different rank levels. The monograph highlights the importance of a military service being prepared to look ahead to anticipate the impact of strategic change on its roles and functions.

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