I've seen older posts referencing North African Dominance
as a viable strategy. As someone who hasn't played with or against it, is the short version of this to continue sending the Americans into Africa even after Germany is kicked out and then advancing to Caucuses/India?
I'd like to know the details of this. The supply lines sound ridiculously long but it doesn't take that many transports or very long to set up. Is there more to this strategy? I'd like to know more of the USA's options. They have quite a bit of flexibility to where precisely they focus - Africa, the Med, the Baltic, Karelia/Archangel, the Pacific, etc.
As far as the Axis response to North African Dominance, my favorite by far is the North American Dominance