Nova Estratégia Para Futuros Conflitos (USA)

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Nova Estratégia Para Futuros Conflitos (USA)
« em: Dezembro 04, 2011, 02:07:42 am »
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The U.S. is running as fast as it can from the defining strategy and focus of the last decade—fighting counter-insurgencies and engaging in nation-building. The new leitmotif the Defense Department is embracing is the “Air-Sea Battle,” with an unmistakable laser on China, the development of regional alliances to “contain” the PRC, and a stress on naval and air strike capabilities. The Department appears to be putting “COIN” in the rear-view mirror quickly, even with some 100,000 troops still deployed in combating insurgencies in the volatile Mid-East.

The shift in DOD’s strategic emphasis was clearly laid out recently in a major speech given by the Vice-Chairman of the JCS, Admiral James “Sandy” Winnefeld. According to the Vice, the military is moving past COIN at a rapid velocity and must now plan for a new threat environment that will be centered in Eastern Asia and the Western Pacific. “We are not likely to have as our next fight a counterinsurgency,” the Admiral said. This means that while for the past decade we have been training troops in fighting insurgencies on land, assisting the troops in learning Arabic, securing villages and winning friends by drinking “Three Cups of Tea,” the “world has changed,” Winnefeld stated.

Future conflicts will likely occur in “a far more technically challenging environment.” The fight will be much closer to a conventional military conflict characterized by “intense electronic warfighting,” swarm attacks and cyber warfare. America’s enemies are coming up with “new asymmetric advantages,” with electronic warfare at the forefront. National borders will mean little as it will be difficult to ascertain origins of these attacks—for espionage, to cripple our commercial networks, or to neutralize our ISR systems, Winnefeld pointed out.

No more population-centric counter insurgencies. However, military force will still be a core aspect of the new mode of conflict. Special Forces type units and stand-off systems such as drones will be increasingly employed (Biden strategy for Afghanistan wins?), as will very mobile strike forces. The center of the force of the future will very much be air and naval as embodied in the emerging “AirSea Battle” doctrine.

China the Obvious Focus
While it is not explicitly stated, the obvious target of U.S. maneuvering and strategic realigning is what is perceived as the growing threat represented by increasing Chinese assertiveness and power. Indeed, “China bashing” seems to be widespread. Not that the PRC’s actions are without legitimate concern. China is involved heavily in cyber-espionage directed at American security interests and intellectual property theft aimed at U.S. financial institutions. It manipulates its currency to assure that Beijing maintains a healthy balance of trade advantage, human rights violations are omnipresent, the vast use of coal is contributing to global environmental damage, and the country is guilty of “orbital littering.”
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Re: Nova Estratégia Para Futuros Conflitos (USA)
« Responder #1 em: Dezembro 04, 2011, 02:31:48 pm »
Pois, as futuras guerras convencionais, vai ser á base de guerra electrónica, informática e informação.

E a China é uma das nações com maior potencial de guerra informática.
 

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Re: Nova Estratégia Para Futuros Conflitos (USA)
« Responder #2 em: Janeiro 11, 2012, 11:33:30 pm »
"(...) and the country is guilty of “orbital littering.” "

China? Culpada por jogar lixo orbital?!? Essa foi boa.

No caso dos EUA, é o roto a falar do rasgado.
"Não corte uma árvore no Inverno; pois sentirás falta dela no Verão." Jairo Navarro Dias
 

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Re: Nova Estratégia Para Futuros Conflitos (USA)
« Responder #3 em: Janeiro 12, 2012, 01:43:00 pm »
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"(...) and the country is guilty of “orbital littering.” "

China? Culpada por jogar lixo orbital?!? Essa foi boa.

No caso dos EUA, é o roto a falar do rasgado.

Então? Não devemos esquecer a destruição em 2007 de um satélite em orbita por um missil chinês...
Uma nuvem de detritos que se mantem em orbita.
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