James is a British postgraduate researcher, focused on the field of naval history and theory, maritime strategy, sea power and related defence, security issues and theories.
Across the global commons, he aims to deliver scholarly research that resonates with current issues while emphasising what sea power and maritime strategy has and can achieve and influenced by operationalising history. This is coupled with a commitment to the development of these disciplines, its theories, and the protection of global naval heritage.
As a researcher, James engages and debates across a broad spectrum of pertinent issues that shapes our world today, in particular, the challenging aspects of current defence and security and its relationship with naval strategy. James is an advocate of naval power to maintain the peace and ensuring the ‘naval perspective’ does not go unheard.
This website acts as a journal through academic research and professional development including some of mpublished works and projects.