CNA’s ‘The Role of Special Operations Forces in Global Competition’

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READ THE REPORT – “In recent years, some nations have shifted to more ambiguous activities for exerting global influence, in attempts to achieve benefits normally obtained through conventional war, but without triggering such a war,” The Center for Naval Analyses’ David A. Broyles and Brody Blankenship write in the abstract to their April 2017 report “The Role of Special Operations Forces in Global Competition.” Their report examines “a different way of thinking about these ambiguous activities and their implications, which suggested a need to shift U.S. focus away from preparing to win tomorrow and toward winning today,” describes “a different approach to U.S. activities in such competitive environments,” and makes the case for US Special Operations Forces being the best fit for carrying out said actions. Read the full report here.

 

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