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Main Title Strategic challenges : America's global security agenda /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Flanagan, Stephen J.
Schear, James A.,
Publisher National Defense University Press : Institute for National Strategic Studies ; Potomac Books,
Year Published 2008
OCLC Number 184925308
ISBN 9781597971201; 1597971200; 9781597971218; 1597971219
Subjects United States--Foreign relations--2001- ; War on Terrorism, 2001-2009. ; Weapons of mass destruction--International cooperation. ; Security, International. ; Innere Sicherheit ; Sicherheitspolitik ; Internationale Kooperation ; USA. ; USA--foreign policy--terrorism--WMD--strategy--defence policy--security policy. ; INTERNATIONAL SECURITY. ; COUNTER-TERRORISM. ; TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.
Internet Access
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https://www.lib.berkeley.edu/nrlf-electronic-copy/b11808899
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ELBM  JZ1469.S77 2008 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 08/09/2010
Edition 1st ed.
Collation xiii, 415 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 347-398) and index.
Contents Notes
The emerging global security environment / Charles D. Lutes, M. Elaine Bunn, and Stephen J. Flanagan -- Countering global terrorism / Joseph McMillan and Christopher Cavoli -- Combating WMD threats / Charles D. Lutes -- Protecting the American homeland / Thomas X. Hammes, James A. Schear, and John A. Cope -- Defusing conflicts in unstable regions / James A. Schear -- Engaging other major powers / Joseph McMillan, Eugene B. Rumer, and Phillip C. Saunders -- Adapting alliances and partnerships / Stephen J. Flanagan [and others] -- Transforming defense strategy and posture / Christopher J. Lamb with Charles D. Lutes, M. Elaine Bunn, and Christopher Cavoli -- Securing America's future : progress and perils / Stephen J. Flanagan. "This volume explores seven looming strategic challenges facing the United States: tackling global terrorism, stopping WMD proliferation, protecting the homeland, defusing conflicts in unstable regions, engaging other major powers, strengthening relations with allies and partners, and undertaking defense transformation. The authors of each chapter take a similar approach: defining the problem at hand, explicating current U.S. efforts to master the challenge, and analyzing choices that U.S. policymakers will face in the next decade and, as appropriate, the consequences of alternative courses of action. Strategic Challenges capitalizes on the great regional and topical expertise of current and former members of the professional research staff at the Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University to present an authoritative overview of the global environment that the United States faces."--Jacket.