Evening Lecture | Paul Kennedy: The Three Great Naval Wars of Recent History...
Evening Lecture | Paul Kennedy: The Three Great Naval Wars of Recent History, and their Implications for American Seapower Today | January 28, 2014
Paul Kennedy, the J. Richardson Dilworth Professor of History, Director of International Security Studies (ISS) at Yale, and Distinguished Fellow of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy, coordinates the ISS programs funded by the Smith Richardson Foundation. He is internationally known for his writings and commentaries on global political, economic, and strategic issues.
Paul Kennedy's lecture, "The Three Great Naval Wars of Recent History and their Implications for American Seapower Today" is the College's academic year 2013-2014 Admiral Raymond A. Spruance Lecture, which honors a great naval hero of World War II and past president of the College, is sponsored by the Naval War College Foundation through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Finn III.
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