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By Jared Samuelson Dr. Michael Petersen joins the program to re-evaluate Russian maritime warfare in light of events in Ukraine. Dr. Petersen is director of the Russia Maritime Studies Institute and Holloway Advanced Research Program at the U.S. Naval War College. Download Sea Control 345 – Reconsidering Russian Maritime Warfare with Dr. Michael Pe…
 
The celebration of CIMSEC's 10-year anniversary continues! Former presidents Sally DeBoer, Daniel Stefanus, and Director of Online Content Dmitry Filipoff join the podcast to celebrate the organization and reflect on their respective tenures.By Jared Samuelson, Sally DeBoer, Daniel Stefanus, Dmitry Filipoff
 
Links 1. "A New Framework for Understanding Chinese Gray Zone Tactics," by Bonny Lin, Cristina Garafola, et al. RAND Corporation, 2022. 2. "Gaining Competitive Advantage in the Gray Zone," by Lyle Morris, Michael Mazarr, et al. RAND Corporation, 2019. 3. "Competing in the Gray Zone: Russian Tactics and Western Responses," by Stacie Pettyjohn and Be…
 
By Alexia Bouallagui Host, Editor, and Producer Alexia Bouallagui talks with Dr. Christian Bueger and Dr. Jan Stockbruegger about their recent paper in the African Security Review, “Maritime security and the Western Indian Ocean’s militarization dilemma.” They analyze the situation in the Western Indian Ocean using the concept of the militarization…
 
By Jared Samuelson The celebration of CIMSEC’s 10-year anniversary continues! Former presidents Sally DeBoer, Daniel Stefanus, and Director of Online Content Dmitry Filipoff join the podcast to celebrate the organization and reflect on their respective tenures. Download Sea Control 343 – 10 Years of CIMSEC with Sally DeBoer, Daniel Stefanus, and Dm…
 
Links 1. “The Navy, In Black and White,” by CAPT John Cordle and LCDR Reuben Keith Green, USNI Proceedings, February 2022. 2. “Revisiting the Navy’s Beard Policy, With an Eye Toward Inclusion,” by CAPT John Cordle, USNI Blog, July 22, 2021. 3. “The Case for Renaming the USS John C. Stennis,” by LCDR Reuben Keith Green, USNI Proceedings, June 2020. …
 
By Andrea Howard Sea Control talks with CAPT John Cordle and LCDR Reuben Keith Green about the culture and policy issues surrounding race in the maritime service. CAPT Cordle, USN (ret.) commanded two ships, the USS Oscar Austin (DDG-79) and San Jacinto (CG-56). LCDR Green, USN (ret.) served as the executive officer of a Pegasus-class … Continue re…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Euan Graham joins the program to discuss a post he wrote for the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) about the Chinese lasing an Australian maritime patrol aircraft. Dr. Graham is a Senior Fellow at IISS. Download Sea Control 341 – A Chinese-Australian Lasing Incident with Dr. Euan Graham Links 1. … Continue …
 
Links 1. "Laser incident near Australia paints China in a bad light," by Dr. Euan Graham, IISS, February 25, 2022. 2. "US Department of Defense: Guam Laser Incident 'Unprofessional,' Violates 2014 Code," by Ankit Panda, The Diplomat, March 9, 2020. 3. "US Navy: Chinese Destroyer Targeted P-8A Aircraft With Laser," by Franz-Stefan Gady, The Diplomat…
 
By Jared Samuelson Tracey Williams, author of Adrift: The Curious Tale of the LEGO Lost at Sea, joins the program to discuss her book, her life as a beachcomber, and the impact of plastics on the ocean. Download Sea Control 340 – LEGO Lost at Sea with Tracey Williams Links 1. Adrift: The Curious Tale … Continue reading Sea Control 340 – LEGO Lost a…
 
By Marie Williams Mark Nevitt, Cmdr., JAGC (Ret.), breaks down the 1936 Montreux Convention and its wartime importance – from a lawyer’s perspective. Mark is Associate Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law and a former tactical jet aviator and legal advisor to U.S. Sixth Fleet. Download Sea Control 339 – The Montreux … Continue rea…
 
Links: 1. The 1936 Montreux Convention. 2. A Constitution for the Oceans. Remarks by Tommy Koh, President of the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea. 3. The Russia-Ukraine Conflict, the Black Sea, and the Montreux Convention, by Mark Nevitt, Just Security, February 28, 2022. 4. The Operational and Legal Risks of a No-Fly Zone over…
 
By Jared Samuelson CIMSEC Presidents past and present Jimmy Drennan and Chris Stockdale, respectively, join the program to celebrate the organization’s past and look to the future. Download Sea Control 338 – 10 Years of CIMSEC with Chris Stockdale and Jimmy Drennan Jared Samuelson is Co-Host and Executive Producer of the Sea Control podcast. Contac…
 
By Walker Mills The program is joined by Noah “Spool” Spataro, Trevor “Mrs.” Phillips-Levine, and Andrew “Kramer” Tenbusch about the future of unmanned systems in naval aviation and their recent article in War on the Rocks, “Winged Luddites: Aviators are the Biggest Threat to Carrier Aviation.” Download Sea Control 337 – Why Aviators are the … Cont…
 
Links 1. "Winged Luddites: Aviators are the Biggest threat to Carrier Aviation," by Noah Spataro, Trevor Phillips-Levine and Andrew Tenbusch. War on the Rocks, January 10, 2022. 2. "Regaining the High Ground at Sea: Transforming the Navy's Carrier Air Wing for Great Power Competition," by Bryan Clark, Adam Lemon, Peter Haynes, Kyle Libby and Gillia…
 
By Jared Samuelson Happy CIMSEC-versary!!! CIMSEC Founder Scott Cheney-Peters and original Sea Control host Matt Hipple join us to celebrate CIMSEC’s 10-year anniversary and discuss the site’s origins and evolution. Download Sea Control 336 — 10 Years of CIMSEC with Scott Cheney-Peters and Matt Hipple Jared Samuelson is Co-Host and Executive Produc…
 
Happy CIMSEC-versary!!! CIMSEC Founder Scott Cheney-Peters and original Sea Control host Matt Hipple join us to celebrate CIMSEC's 10-year anniversary and discuss the site's origins and evolution.This episode was edited and produced by Joshua Groover.By Jared Samuelson, Scott Cheney-Peters, Matt Hipple
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Chris Demchak joins the programs to discuss hacking at sea and its possible impacts. Dr. Demchak is the Hopper Chair for Cyber Security at the U.S. Naval War College. Download Sea Control 335 – Sea-Hacking from Land with Dr. Chris Demchak Links 1. “Can’t Sail Away from Cyber Attacks. ‘Sea-Hacking’ from … Continue reading Sea …
 
Links 1. "Can't Sail Away from Cyber Attacks. 'Sea-Hacking' from Land," by Chris C. Demchak and Michael L. Thomas, War on the Rocks, October 15, 2021. 2. "North Korean Jams GPS Signals to Fishing Boats: South," by Ian Wood and Stella Kim, NBC News, April 1, 2016. 3. "Ships fooled in GPS spoofing attack suggest Russian cyberweapon," by David Hamblin…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood joins us to discuss how attempts to improve African fisheries governance has impacted small-scale fisheries. Dr. Okafor-Yarwood is a Lecturer in Sustainable Development at the University of St. Andrews. Download Sea Control 334 – Survival of the Richest with Dr. Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood Links 1.” Su…
 
Links: 1." Survival of the Richest, not the Fittest: How attempts to improve governance impact African small-scale marine fisheries," by Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood, Nelly I. Kadagi, Dyhia Belhabib, and Edward H. Allison, Marine Policy, Volume 135, January 2022.By Dr. Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood, Jared Samuelson, Joshua Groover
 
By Alexia Bouallagui Marianne Peron-Doise joins host, editor and producer Alexia Bouallagui to discuss the Crimario Project and France’s role in the Indo-Pacific. Below are English and French episode versions of the conversation. Marianne Peron-Doise is Political Advisor to Crimario and a Senior Research Fellow at Instit de Recherche Strategique de…
 
By Jared Samuelson Author Mike Smylie joins the podcast to discuss his book, Voices from the Shoreline, vanishing fisherfolk, and fishing techniques along Britain’s west coast. Mike is a maritime historian specializing in the fishing industry. He has written more than 20 books on the subject. Download Sea Control 332 – Voices from the Shoreline … C…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Alexander Lott joins the program to discuss the Russian naval blockade in the Sea of Azov. Dr. Lott is a postdoctoral fellow at the Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea, University of Tromsø. Download Sea Control 331 – Russia’s Naval Blockade with Dr. Alexander Lott Links 1. “Russia’s Blockade … Continue reading Sea Contro…
 
Links 1. "Russia’s Blockade in the Sea of Asov: A Call for Relief Shipments for Mariupol," by Dr. Alexander Lott, EJIL: Talk! Blog of the European Journal of International Law, March 14, 2022. 2. The Estonian Straits (International Straits of the World), by Alexander Lott, Brill - Nijhoff, April 5, 2018. 3. "Implications of Hybrid Warfare for the O…
 
By Jared Samuelson Strikepod Systems’ David Strachan joins the program to discuss his blog post on Ukraine’s options for naval guerrilla warfare. Sea Control 330 – Ukraine & Naval Guerrilla Warfare with David Strachan Links 1. “UKR and Guerilla Naval Warfare,” by David Strachan, Strikepod Systems, March 15, 2022. 2. “Ukraine: Estonian cargo ship si…
 
Links 1. “UKR and Guerilla Naval Warfare,” by David Strachan, Strikepod Systems, March 15, 2022. 2. "Ukraine: Estonian cargo ship sinks in the Black Sea," BBC, March 3, 2022. 3. "Navy: Saudi Frigate Attacked by Unmanned Bomb Boat, Likely Iranian," by Sam LaGrone, USNI News, February 20, 2017. 4. "What We Know and Don't Know About the Beirut Port Ex…
 
By Jared Samuelson J Overton joins the podcast to discuss gray zone warfare and the San Juan Island boundary dispute. J is a non-resident fellow with the Modern War Institute and a Navy civilian. Sea Control 329 – The San Juan Island Boundary Dispute with J Overton Links 1. “The San Juan Island Boundary Dispute, … Continue reading Sea Control 329 –…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Claude Berube joins the program to discuss his new book On Wide Seas, a study of the U.S. Navy in the Jacksonian era. Dr. Berube is an author, historian, Naval Reservist, and former curator of the U.S. Naval Academy history museum. Download Sea Control 328 – On Wide Seas with Dr. … Continue reading Sea Control 328 – On Wide S…
 
By Jared Samuelson Bruce Jones joins the program to discuss the oceans, how they shape the world we live in, China’s rise, and great power relations. Bruce Jones is a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution. Download Sea Control 327 – To Rule the Waves with Bruce Jones Links 1. “To Rule the Waves – … Continue reading Sea Control 327 – To Rule th…
 
Links 1. “To Rule the Waves – How Control of the World’s Oceans Shapes the Fate of the Superpowers,” by Bruce D. Jones, Scribner, 2021. 2. “The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger,” by Mark Levinson, Princeton University Press, 2008. 3. “British Warship Collides With Russian Submarine, UK Defense Mini…
 
Links: 1. FONOP in Vain: The Legal Logics of a U.S. Navy FONOP in the Canadian or Russian Arctic, by Cornell Overfield, Arctic Yearbook, 2021 2. The "Polar Sea" Voyage and the Northwest Passage Dispute, by Philip J. Briggs, Armed Forces & Society, Vol. 16, No. 3, Spring 1990. 3. Could a Kiwi Sailor's Northwest Passage Transit Break the Legal Ice Be…
 
By Jared Samuelson Cornell Overfield joins the program to discuss the difficulty of conducting FONOPs in the Russian and Canadian Arctic. Cornell is an analyst at the Center for Naval Analyses. Download Sea Control 326 – The Futility of Arctic FONOPs with Cornell Overfield Links 1. “FONOP in Vain: The Legal Logics of a U.S. … Continue reading Sea C…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Ian Ralby joins the program to discuss Russia’s weaponization of food chains, responses to sanctions, what China stands to gain from the invasion of Ukraine, and more. Dr. Ralby is a maritime lawyer and recognized maritime security expert. Download Sea Control 325 – Ukraine is Not Enough with Dr. Ian Ralby … Continue reading …
 
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