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 Council - Commitment to Restoring State's Authority - AllAfrica.com
- Congressman Bradley Byrne sees military cuts as danger to national security - al.com (blog)
- Rand Paul is Right on National Security and Debt - American Spectator (blog)
- National Security Agency out of control? - Los Angeles Post-Examiner
- Dueling dilemmas for national security reform - Politico
- More News
Foreign Policy Blogs
- GailForce: President Obama’s Terrorism and National Security Strategy Part II
- Chuck Hagel on “A Republican Foreign Policy”
- Did US Officials Throw Shakil Afridi to the Dogs?
- NYT Compares DEA to Fast and Furious: Bad Journalism, Good PR
- U.S. Stability Operations Shouldn’t Short-change Africa