The Hudson Center for American Seapower to fill void in the public dialog on ebbing US maritime power:

Hudson’s Center for American Sea Power (HCAS) will fill a critical void in the public dialogue on ebbing U.S. maritime power by offering intellectual arguments and detailed policy recommendations for a robust U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, and a more effective U.S. Coast Guard. Today, there is no organization dedicated solely to the implementation of a forceful educational program that clearly articulates to the American people the dire national security consequences associated with America’s continued decline in sea power. Accordingly, the HCAS will help spur a productive national debate aimed at reversing the decay of American seapower through a robust public affairs program of research, in-house conferences, and other activities on American seapower anchored in the work of distinguished naval experts. The program will elevate awareness of the vital elements that have serve...

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