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National security and American society; theory, process, and policy.
Frank N. Trager
by Published for the National Security Education Program by the University Press of Kansas in Lawrence [Kan.]
Written in English
|Statement||Edited by Frank N. Trager [and] Philip S. Kronenberg.|
|Series||National Security studies series|
|Contributions||Kronenberg, Philip S., joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||UA23 .T68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 612 p.|
|Number of Pages||612|
|LC Control Number||72085835|
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This chapter elaborates on the concept of ‘national security liberalism’, i.e. the idea that promoting democracy abroad is not only morally correct but is also in the self‐interest of US. It examines the role played by liberalism in American foreign policy throughout history, both as an expression of America's values and as a means to achieve pragmatic ends. List of Tables and Figures ix Preface xi 1 National Interests and National Security 1 Part 1 The National Security Context 2 Who’s Who in the International System 23 3 The Conflict Spectrum 45 4 National Security, Nuclear Weapons, and Arms Control 73 5 The US Political System 91 Part 2 The National Security Establishment 6 The President and the Presidency 7 The Policy Triad and the.
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