Michael J. Green’s <em>By More than Providence: Grand Strategy and American Power in the Asia Pacific Since 1783</em>

Michael J. Green's By More than Providence: Grand Strategy and American Power in the Asia Pacific Since 1783

by Michael J. Green, Kurt Campbell, Rush Doshi, James R. Holmes, Ashley J. Tellis, Adam P. Liff, and Stephen Brooks
July 30, 2018

Michael Green’s By More Than Providence broadly explores the history of U.S. grand strategy in the Asia-Pacific since U.S.-Asia relations began in 1783. Reviewers Kurt Campbell, Rush Doshi, James Holmes, Ashley Tellis, Adam Liff, and Stephen Brooks discuss the relevance of Green’s historical work and the insights it provides for the future of U.S. grand strategy.

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Strategic Providence and the American Journey in Asia
Kurt M. Campbell and Rush Doshi

Maritime Strategy Is Grand
James R. Holmes

A Troubling Tale Brilliantly Told
Ashley J. Tellis

A Seminal History of U.S. Asia Strategy since the Founding of the Republic
Adam P. Liff

Assessing the Scope of U.S. Security Commitments in Asia
Stephen G. Brooks

Author’s Response: This Time It Will Also Take More Than Providence
Michael J. Green


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