SMALL NAVIES — STRATEGY AND POLICY FOR SMALL NAVIES IN WAR AND PEACE
|Author(s)||Michael Mulqueen, Deborah Sanders|
|D O W N L O A D|
The main content of the present volume bases on selected documents presented in the course of the international conference which was held in 2012 in Ireland. It was the result of the project established via close partnership involving many parties with the ultimate aim to examine the role of small navies and their activity both in the past and today, using the interdisciplinary approach engaging with theoretical and practical methodologies to get to the better understanding of this subject which should receive more attention.
This book is expected to be treated as one of the steps forward. Numerous interesting topics have been covered during the conference and the results and associated documents were included in this book. Among these topics are what differs small navies and their ranking, adaptive dynamic capabilities, transformation of the small navies through systematic innovation, Korean navy fleet and small navies in Asia in general, the experience of the British Pacific Navy Fleet during the Second World War, Singapore Navy, and other important areas of concern. In short, this is an excellent collection of essays on small navy fleets which will be interesting to all people in the industry.
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