National Security

The twenty-first century provides challenges and opportunities unlike those of previous generations. Our increasingly interconnected world offers both a more robust social, technological, and economic infrastructure, and makes us more vulnerable to internal conditions within other countries.

But in today’s world of small-scale, urban conflict, failed states, decentralized terrorist cells, rising food prices, and water shortages, the United States is fast learning that the strategies of yesterday are insufficient for tomorrow.

As a global leader, America must be poised to address non-state actors as well as traditional international relations.  This requires a national security infrastructure with strong policy, military, and intelligence mechanisms to address potential and current threats around the world.

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