U.S. national security
Great Decisions 2011 | Topic 2
Is America safer 10 years after 9/11?
U.S. national security priorities were expanded after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, to include waging war in Iraq and Afghanistan, tightening border security, pursuing cyberthreats, halting nuclear proliferation and attempting to snuff out homegrown terrorism. How has the U.S. national security agenda evolved since 9/11? In what ways will this agenda shape the American way of life in the future?
U.S. National Security News
- National Security and Foreign Policy Priorities in the FY 2015 International ... - US Department of State (press release)
- White House Expert: Global Health Is National Security Issue - Georgetown University News
- THE NATIONAL SECURITY STATE: A SYMPTOM, NOT A CAUSE - NewsWithViews.com
- Whistleblowers assess journalism's role in national security - USC News
- Dueling dilemmas for national security reform - Politico
- More News
Foreign Policy Blogs
- GailForce: Threat of Cyber War is Not Hype Part II
- Another Bank “Pays to Play”– AML Policies Built to Fail?
- GailForce: Afghanistan and Iraq Lessons Learned
- Fast & Furious: Mack jabs, Clinton dodges, US Attorneys duck
- The Tinderbox of South Sudan