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Charting the Nation's Course Strategic Planning Processes in the 195253 New Look and the 199697 Quadrennial Defense Review

By Condray, Patrick M.

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Title: Charting the Nation's Course Strategic Planning Processes in the 195253 New Look and the 199697 Quadrennial Defense Review  
Author: Condray, Patrick M.
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Language: English
Subject: Instructional materials, Armed Forces, Air University (U.S.)
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Condray, P. M. (n.d.). Charting the Nation's Course Strategic Planning Processes in the 195253 New Look and the 199697 Quadrennial Defense Review. Retrieved from http://community.worldlibrary.net/


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Introduction: The Need for Strategic Planning Civilian and military leaders have conducted strategic planning since at least as far back as the Romans, when a system of diplomacy, carefully selected military deployments, and road and sea links was established to secure the far-flung territories of the empire. 1 The results of these plans have long been debated: Just what role was the German High Seas Fleet of the early twentieth century meant to play in its national strategy? Was the massive retaliation strategy of the 1950s a reasonable use of new technology to provide national security at sustainable cost or a dangerous gamble risking world annihilation over minor issues? What will be the right balance of capabilities between peacekeeping operations and the lower risk (but higher threat) of major theater warfare in the early twenty-first century?

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Table of Contents: About the Author, Vii - Acknowledgments, Ix - 1 Introduction, 1 Notes, 5 - 2 National Security Planning Processes, 7 Notes, 12 - 3 the New Look of 1952?53, 15 Notes, 29 - 4 the Quadrennial Defense Review of 1996?97, 33 Notes, 51 - 5 Conclusions And Recommendations, 53 Notes, 56


 

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