Congress, President Face a Year of Decision In National Security and Homeland Defense
- Working with the European Union. Lebl, Leslie S. // Orbis;Jan2006, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p117
The past year saw growing uncertainty about the future of the European Union. Whether it becomes weaker or stronger, and whether it acts as a global partner or competitor, the United States cannot afford to ignore the eu. By understanding the different eu decision-making processes for defense,...
- AN AGENDA OF STRENGTH. Hessman, James // Sea Power;Feb2003, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p35
Emphasizes the 12 Domestic Policy chapters of Agenda 2003 that focus on national defense, foreign policy and domestic issues in the U.S. Deployment of a national defense system; Increase of defense spending for the global war on terrorism; Proliferation of the weapons of mass destruction.
- Chapter 6: SOUTHEAST ASIA. White, Hugh // Strategy Reports: Beyond Baghdad: ASPI's Strategic Assessment 20;2006, p35
Chapter 6 of the book "Beyond Baghdad: ASPI's Strategic Assessment 2004" is presented. Southeast Asia faces the challenge of separatism, the rise of terrorist movements founded on Islamic fundamentalism, feeding off anti-government sentiment and the brutal behavior of security forces. Australia...
- Breaking More Naan with Delhi. Inderfurth, Karl F.; Riedel, Bruce // National Interest;Nov/Dec2007, Issue 92, p56
The article discusses issues related to the foreign relations between the U.S. and India, focusing on the defense sector of the two countries. The bipartisan support for the U.S.-India Civilian Nuclear Agreement is said to reflect the consensus of U.S. foreign-policy strategists that India will...
- Forward Presence and Engagement. Rhodes, Edward; DiCicco, Jonathan; Moore, Sarah Milburn; Walker, Tom // Naval War College Review;Winter2000, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p25
Emphasizes the influence of forward military presence and peacetime military engagement on post-Cold War international relations. Development of national strategy by political and military decision makers; Involvement of the United States in world affairs; Use of military preponderance by...
- Breaking treaties is a reckless tactic. // National Catholic Reporter;7/27/2001, Vol. 37 Issue 35, p32
Editorial. Comments on the construction of dangerous missile defense shield in the U.S. Need for diplomatic solutions to war preparations; Violation to the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty; Restraint on the competition between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
- North Korea Threat Surpasses Iraq's. Wall, Robert; Fulghum, David A. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/6/2003, Vol. 158 Issue 1, p21
Reports that although the U.S. government is pursuing a diplomatic rather than military strategy in defusing the nuclear crisis with North Korea, military officials feel that the situation poses a more serious threat than Iraq. Strategic options available to North Korea; U.S. military plans to...
- Turkish military campaign leaves doubts regarding U.S. // Geo-Strategy Direct;3/19/2008, p17
The article reports that Turkey suspects that the U.S. wants the PKK as a lever in any future regional settlement with Turkey. In other words, Turkish officials believe that the U.S. sees a value in the PKK continuing to become an irritant to Ankara as a means to pressure the North Atlantic...
- Japan Spends More. // PacNet Newsletter;8/5/2015, Issue 45, p2
The article states that for its defense needs, Japan has to spend abut 5 billion dollars a year for five years.