A new national security strategy in an age of terrorists, tyrants, and weapons of mass destruction [electronic resource] : three options presented as presidential speeches / Lawrence J. Korb, project director ; sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations.
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- JSTOR Security Studies.
- New York, NY : Council on Foreign Relations ; [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by Brookings Institution Press, ©2003.
- Council policy initiatives series ; 6.
Council policy initiative ; 6
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- Almost exactly a year after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, President George W. Bush released to Congress and the American public his National Security Strategy, the most detailed and comprehensive statement of how his administration intends to protect the security of the United States in the post-September 11 world. While few have disagreed with the goals of the strategy, a great deal of controversy has arisen about how these goals should be implemented. This innovative paper, written by Senior Fellow Lawrence Korb, an expert with decades of experience on national security issues, lays out the best case for three different ways in which the administration could implement the president's strategy.
- Memorandum to the President
Speech one : U.S. dominance and preventive action
Speech two : a more stable world with U.S. power for deterrence and containment
Speech three: an cooperative world order.
- Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
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- Korb, Lawrence J., 1939-
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