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A national security strategy of engagement and enlargement.

A national security strategy of engagement and enlargement.

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Published by The White House, For sale by the U.S. G.P.O. Supt. of Doc. in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • National security -- United States.,
    • Environmental protection -- International cooperation.,
    • United States -- Military policy.,
    • United States -- Foreign economic relations.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsUnited States. White House Office.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA23 .N277 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 45 p. ;
      Number of Pages45
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL556872M
      ISBN 100160485584
      LC Control Number96139582
      OCLC/WorldCa34468032

      I will visit China and I have invited China's president to come here not because we agree on everything, but because engaging China is the best way to work on common challenges such as ending nuclear testing--and to deal frankly with fundamental differences such as human rights. However, we are also undergoing a fundamental shift in our reliance on imported oil away from the Middle East. In the hierarchy of national security strategy elements from broad to more precise, national interests lie below national values and above national security goals. Declaration of strategic vision.

      In a world of extraordinary complexity, it would be too easy for us in the Internationalist camp to become "neo-Marxists" --not after Karl, but after Groucho, who once sang, "Whatever it is, I'm against it. Fifth, we must continue to move strongly to counter growing dangers to our security: weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, international crime, drugs, illegal arms trafficking, and environmental damage. Terrorism U. The central Security challenge of the past half century-the threat of communist expansion-is gone. In particular, with the end of the Cold War, there is no longer a consensus among the American people around why, and even whether our nation should remain actively engaged in the world.

      This debate is important but dangerous in the rigidity of the doctrines that are asserted. When it is judged in America's interest to intervene, we must remain clear in purpose and resolute in execution. Presidents George W. Our efforts to empower our people, revive our economy, reduce our deficit and re-invent our government have profound implications for our global strength and the attractiveness of democracy and markets around the world. We have struggled with the complex tragedy in Bosnia. To promote democracy abroad.


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In the United States, the national security 6 strategy is the only whole-of-government strategy published by the government, so it is important for each element of the government to understand its respective role.

President Clinton was criticized for not intervening to stop the Rwandan genocide of In a world of extraordinary complexity, it would be too easy for us in the Internationalist camp to become "neo-Marxists" --not after Karl, but after Groucho, who once sang, "Whatever it is, I'm against it.

When signs of potential conflict emerge, or potential threats appear, we undertake initiatives to prevent or reduce these threats. The second feature of this era A national security strategy of engagement and enlargement.

book that we are its dominant power. Core Elements National security strategies vary widely in length, format, and complexity, from one U. The rise of Burma's democracy movement led to the jailing of its most vocal proponent, Aung San Suu Kyi.

Missile Defense We have highly effective missile defense development programs designed to A national security strategy of engagement and enlargement. book our country, deployed U.

Through OECD negotiations of a Multilateral Agreement on Investment, we are seeking to establish clear legal standards on expropriation, access to binding international arbitration for disputes and unrestricted investment-related transfers across borders. Download PDF Every nation in the world has a national security strategy of some sort — a plan for ensuring its own A national security strategy of engagement and enlargement.

book existence. It is a moment of unparalleled opportunity. We will attempt to conclude by the end of a new agreement to open trade in financial services. But we have overlooked a prior, strategic question -- the question of "where" -- which sets the context for such military judgments.

In designing our strategy, we recognize that the spread of democracy supports American values and enhances both our security and prosperity.

The American people are more secure because we won historic accords to end nuclear testing and to ban chemical weapons.

To promote democracy abroad. On trade and labor we have made important strides. Or we can mobilize our nation in order to enlarge democracy, enlarge markets, and enlarge our future.

These efforts should proceed boldly -- not only for the sake of justice and prosperity in each of our nations, but also so that our democratic community once again can act with vigor and resolve.

Both prodemocracy activists and skinhead anarchists can more broadly spread their views. They are more trustworthy in diplomacy and do a better job of respecting the human rights of their people.

Key to this evolution is the need to foster innovation in new operational concepts, capabilities, technologies and organizational structures; modernize our forces; and take prudent steps today to position ourselves to respond more effectively to unlikely but significant future threats.

Unparalleled military capabilities can dissuade an aggressor and enable the United States to act decisively in times of crisis, and technological superiority is essential to our military advantage.

Today the task of mobilizing public support for national security priorities has become more complicated. Fifth, we must continue to move strongly to counter growing dangers to our security: weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, international crime, drugs, illegal arms trafficking, and environmental damage.

While some of these efforts will be unilateral, international rules are necessary and may be particularly effective in enforcing sanctions, transparency and export controls, as the work of the IAEA in Iraq demonstrates.

After World War II, and in the face of a new totalitarian threat, America accepted the challenge to lead. Yet international affairs spending today totals just one percent of the federal budget--a small fraction of what America invested at the start of the Cold War when we chose engagement over isolation.

The strategy of conflict prevention also addresses the sources of stress that lead to instability. Natural resource scarcities often trigger and exacerbate conflict. These interests do not affect our national survival, but they do affect our national well-being and the character of the world in which we live.

We are setting a global example in our efforts to reinvent our democratic and market institutions. Closely related to our modernization efforts is the requirement to invest in selected research and prototype systems while monitoring trends in likely future threats.

I see four components to a strategy of enlargement.Title NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY OF THE UNITED STATES, ENGAGEMENT AND ENLARGEMENT.

Binding Hard Cover. Book Condition Very Good+. Jacket Condition Very Good+. Edition First Edition. Publisher Washington Brassey's. To be successful, a strategy of enlargement must provide distinctions and set priorities.

It must combine our broad goals of fostering democracy and markets with our more traditional geostrategic interests. And it must suggest how best to expend our large but nonetheless limited national security resources: financial, diplomatic and military.

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President ( Clinton),The White House edition, in EnglishPages: The Administration outlined a national security strategy that ebook America’s role in this ebook international context and described a strategy to advance our interests at home and abroad.

The strategy recognized that the United States was facing a period of great promise but also great uncertainty. We stand as the world’s preeminent power.