Orchestrating the Instruments of Power: A Critical Examination of the U.S. National Security System by D. Robert Worley
National security, a subject routinely discussed behind the closed doors of Washington policymakers and policymakers, is believed to be a game from within. Often, it is assumed that this highly…
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Nationalsecurity, a subject routinely discussed behind the closed doors of Washington policymakers and policymakers, is believed to be a game from within. Often, it is assumed that this highly specialized knowledge puts issues beyond the grip - and interest - of the American public.
The author does not agree d. Robert Wory.
The US nationalsecuritysystem, designed after the Second World War and institutionalized through a decades-long power struggle with the Soviet Union, is unsuitable for the needs of the twenty-first century; although the general consensus on regime transformation is no longer disputed , The clear and direct path of the new nationalsecurity strategy proves to be elusive. Providing specialists and citizens interested in tools to help with nationalsecurity reforms in the future, discuss reform, and organize power tools: a criticalexamination of the US nationalsecuritysystem that brings together the concepts of US economic, political and military tools.
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