A New Project Solarium

Flournoy, Michèle A.; Brimley, Shawn W.
April 2006
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring2006, Issue 41, p80
The article presents strategic planning process that would enhance a country President's ability to integrate all elements of national power to meet present and future challenges. First is to conduct a Quadrennial National Security Review (QNSR) in which the President should designate a senior national security official to lead an interagency process. Second is to establish an Interagency Threat Assessment to support the QNSR tasking the Director of the National Intelligence. Lastly is to establish Semiannual "Over the Horizon" Reviews.


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