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Book:Outplayed : regaining strategic initiative in the gray zone / project director, Nathan P. Freier ; contributing authors, Charles R. Burnett, William J. Cain, Jr., Christopher D. Compton, Sean M. Hankard, Robert S. Hume, Gary R. Kramlich II, J. Matthew Lissner, Tobin A. Magsig, Daniel E. Mouton, Michael S. Muztafago, James M. Schultze, John F. Troxell, Dennis G. Wille.:[2016] Book Outplayed : regaining strategic initiative in the gray zone / project director, Nathan P. Freier ; contributing authors, Charles R. Burnett, William J. Cain, Jr., Christopher D. Compton, Sean M. Hankard, Robert S. Hume, Gary R. Kramlich II, J. Matthew Lissner, Tobin A. Magsig, Daniel E. Mouton, Michael S. Muztafago, James M. Schultze, John F. Troxell, Dennis G. Wille.
Outplayed : regaining strategic initiative in the gray zone / project director, Nathan P. Freier ; contributing authors, Charles R. Burnett, William J. Cain, Jr., Christopher D. Compton, Sean M. Hankard, Robert S. Hume, Gary R. Kramlich II, J. Matthew Lissner, Tobin A. Magsig, Daniel E. Mouton, Michael S. Muztafago, James M. Schultze, John F. Troxell, Dennis G. Wille.
Author: Freier, Nathan
Associated Name: Army Capabilities Integration Center (U.S.), sponsoring body.
Associated Name: United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff. J39 Strategic Multi-Layer Assessment Branch, sponsoring body.
Associated Name: Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute, publisher.
Associated Name: Army War College (U.S.). Press, publisher.
Publication year: [2016]
Language: English
Call Number U413.R32 F732 2016
Media class: Book
Publisher: Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute and U.S. Army War College Press
ISBN: 1584877324 9781584877325
Notes:
"June 2016."
"A report sponsored by the Army Capabilities Integration Center in coordination with Joint Staff J-39/Strategic Multi-Layer Assessment Branch."
Extent: xv, 114 pages ; 28 cm
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Description:
"U.S. competitors pursuing meaningful revision or rejection of the current U.S.-led status quo are employing a host of hybrid methods to advance and secure interests contrary to those of the United States. These challengers employ unique combinations of influence, intimidation, coercion, and aggression to incrementally crowd out effective resistance, establish local or regional advantage, and manipulate risk perceptions in their favor. So far, the United States has not come up with a coherent countervailing approach. It is in this 'gray zone' -- the awkward and uncomfortable space between traditional conceptions of war and peace -- where the United States and its defense enterprise face systemic challenges to U.S. position and authority. Gray zone competition and conflict present fundamental challenges to U.S. and partner security and, consequently, should be important pacers for U.S. defense strategy"--Publisher's web site.
Foundational understanding. Introduction : no more black or white, only gray -- Study methodology -- Framing the challenge -- The strategic environment : three alternative assumptions -- Risk-informed approach to assessing gray zone challenges -- Analysis of gray zone archetypes. Enter the dragon : China as a high-end gray zone revisionist -- Re-enter the bear : the new Russian hybrid threat -- The untamed lion : Iran's 40 year gray zone campaign -- The scorpion unleashed : the "beginning of history" in a failing Middle East -- The endangered eagle : the United States as a gray zone actor -- Study outcomes. Findings and recommendations -- Conclusion : adaptation and activism.

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