Phillips, Peter C.; Corcoran, Charles S.
October 2011
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2011 4th Quarter, Issue 63, p38
The article proposes a solution for an integrated, agile national security apparatus with the necessary authority and conduct efficient and effective crisis response operations. The core organizations and structure of the U.S. national security bureaucracy have remained largely unchanged since their establishment.


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