Mr. Z, Initiating a “Global Strategic Narrative” A Call for Sustainable Development Through Strategic Research and Transformative Education, Global Challenges Forum Foundation, December 2, 2013.
Christopher Bellavita, The National Strategic Narrative: A story that keeps giving, November 26, 2013
Jasmine France, One Marine’s grand mission to redefine America’s DNA, Verge SF 2013, San Francisco, October 17, 2013.
Mark Mykleby was recognized in the VERGE 25 by Greenbiz.com at VERGE San Francisco October 17, 2013 as a Worldchanger for promoting a vision of how “full-spectrum sustainability” can align with the security and well-being of cities and nations.
April Dembosky, Silicon Valley links with Salinas Valley to make farming ‘smart,’ The Financial Times, June 28, 2013
Kathryn Blackmond Laskey, Crowdsourced Decision Support for Emergency Responders, 18th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium, C2 in Underdeveloped, Degraded and Denied Operational Environments, June 19-21, 2013, Alexandria, Virginia.
Ocean-Related Impacts of Climate Change on Human and National Security with Recommendations for Priority Actions – drawn from the discussions of the Global Conference on Oceans, Climate and Security at the University of Massachusetts Boston May 21–23, 2012. Released on World Oceans Day, June 8, 2013.
Joseph Robertson, Geoversiv.com, National Strategic Narrative, June 6, 2013.
Phillip Molnar, Monterey’s Business Priorities Polled at California Economic Summit, Monterey County Herald, May 30, 2013.
Gary Chandler, Sustainability–A Strategic Imperative For Cities, Nations, May 22, 2013
Owen Casas, VERGE Conference, Boston — Where Tech meets Sustainability, May 19, 2013.
Amy Zalman, Let’s Celebrate the 2nd Anniversary of “A National Strategic Narrative”, Strategic Narrative Blog, April 30, 2013.
Margaret Evans, A New America? Low Country Weekly, April 23, 2013.
The Influence Guy, What IS America’s Strategic Narrative?, April 6, 2013.
Mark Mykleby interviewed by Aengus Anderson, The Conversation: In Search of the New Normal, Episode 46, March 21, 2013.
Lieutenant Colonel David T. Culkin, U.S. Army, Discerning the Role of the Narrative in Strategy Development, Military Review, January-February, 2013, p.61-66.
“The National Strategic Narrative, the highest level statement of U.S. strategic interests – and the one that undergirds all other national, intelligence community and defense community documents – notes that, “In the 21st century we want to become the strongest competitor and most influential player in a deeply inter-connected global system, which requires that we invest less in defense and more in sustainable prosperity and the tools of effective global engagement.”
This narrative goes on to show how National policy decisions regarding investment, security, economic development, the environment, and engagement well into this century are built upon the premise that the United States must sustain our enduring national interests – prosperity and security – within a “strategic ecosystem,” at home and abroad; that in complexity and uncertainty, there are opportunities and hope, as well as challenges, risks, and threats.” George Galdorisi, US Navy Missile Defense: Continuing Evolution, Defense Media Network, February 22, 2013
William S. Becker, Fewer Swords, More Plowshares: A Marine Rethinks Defense (Part 2), Huff Post, January 23, 2013
William S. Becker, Fewer Swords, More Plowshares: A Marine Rethinks Defense (Part 1), Huff Post, January 22, 2013
Anne-Marie Slaughter, Does Obama have a grand strategy for his second term? If not, he could try one of these, The Washington Post, January 18, 2013.
Patrick C. Doherty, A New U.S. Grand Strategy, New America Foundation, January 9, 2013