Strategic Advantage: Challengers, Competitors, and Threats to America's Future

Author
Bruce Berkowitz
Content Type
Book
Institution
Georgetown University Press
Abstract
This Book is intended to help readers better understand the national security issues facing the United States today and offer the general outline of a strategy for dealing with them. National security policy—both making it and debating it—is harder today because the issues that are involved are more numerous and varied. The problem of the day can change at a moment's notice. Yesterday, it might have been proliferation; today, terrorism; tomorrow, hostile regional powers. Threats are also more likely to be intertwined—proliferators use the same networks as narco-traffickers, narco-traffickers support terrorists, and terrorists align themselves with regional powers.
Topic
International Relations, Security, International Trade and Finance
Political Geography
United States