Mediterranean: An Anti-Access ‘No-Man’s Land’ for the U.S. Navy?

Remarks delivered at “Limes” Maritime Festival, Trieste, September 18, 2021. The organizers have asked me to appraise the U.S. strategic perspective on the Mediterranean Sea. Simple: the Mediterranean remains critical to U.S. strategy, as it has been since the presidency of Thomas Jefferson two centuries ago. In fact, the U.S. Navy’s very first foreign station … Continue reading Mediterranean: An Anti-Access ‘No-Man’s Land’ for the U.S. Navy?