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The decline of European naval forces : challenges to sea power in an age of fiscal austerity and political uncertainty

Author: Jeremy Stöhs
Publisher: Annapolis, Maryland : Naval Institute Press, [2018]
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"The Decline of European Naval Forces provides insight into the evolution of Europe's naval forces since the end of the Cold War. To illuminate the drastic changes many European navies have undergone over the last twenty-five years, the author analyzes in several case studies the defense policies and naval strategies of eleven European states as well as the evolution, deployment, and capabilities of their respective  Read more...
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Stöhs, Jeremy.
Decline of European naval forces.
Annapolis, Maryland : Naval Institute Press, [2018]
(DLC) 2018016303
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeremy Stöhs
ISBN: 9781682473085 1682473082
OCLC Number: 1005455162
Description: xix, 290 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Principles of sea power --
The pivot toward Asia and the consequences for Europe --
Part 2. Case studies: Europe's naval forces --
United Kingdom: keep calm and get those carriers operational --
France: stretched, but willing --
Europe's most capable naval force --
Italy: between global interest and regional necessities --
Spain: creating a well-balanced fleet and maintaining it --
Turkey and Greece: allies and yet not friends --
diverging naval powers --
Germany: reluctance and reductions --
not stepping up to the plate --
Denmark and the Netherlands: commercial might and military inaptitude --
Sweden and Norway: Scandinavian navies sticking to their guns? --
Part 3. Analysis and observations: quo vadis Europe? --
Conclusion: whose sea power will it be?
Responsibility: Jeremy Stöhs.

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