As the United States confronts the threat of a rising nuclear power in North Korea, the challenges of defeating the Islamic State, deciding how to confront Russia in regards to their cyberwarfare efforts, and the flexing of Chinese naval ambitions in the South China Sea. . . how should the US military respond? What foreign policy efforts must America engage in to secure the safety of our nation?
For answers to those questions, Dave Ross turns to retired Four Star Navy Admiral James Stavridis, also the former commander of allied NATO forces in Europe. Admiral Stavridis is the author of a new book, "Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World's Oceans."