This book is the most recent instalment in a series of books and articles introducing a new general theory of strategy and its applications to an audience primarily composed of non-strategists. This series of books and articles are integrated along three axes. The first axis focuses on methodological and theoretical development of this new theory. The second axis presents several structured sets of case studies focusing on the various types of actors in political science, broadly defined. The third axis presents a series of exercises and worksheets which pertain either to particular applications of strategy or which stand the intellectual development of a good strategist. These limbering and strengthening exercises are intended to offer a program of training for strategy, by leading to the gymnastic performance of it. The goal of this book is to propose that strategy can be not only a suitable foundation for the analysis of international events and the prescription of a course of action in the international system, but also provides the tools that support professionals involved in these decisions and processes.