Nov. 22, 2021

Episode 66: The Rough Seas of Maritime Security in the Indo-Pacific

Episode 66: The Rough Seas of Maritime Security in the Indo-Pacific

Since its founding, the U.S. has been a country built on a long maritime history. But in recent decades, to what extent have competitors and adversaries undercut America's maritime strengths and strategy? Mr. Jon Kaskin and U.S. Navy Rear Adm. (ret.) Sinclair Harris discuss more on the state of U.S. maritime and the national security and economic challenges that arise from China and the Indo-Pacific.

Click HERE to learn more about the Navy League, and check out some of their reports below:
China's Use of Maritime for Global Power Demands a Strong Commitment to American Maritime
Legislative Path to a New Maritime Transportation Strategy

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