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Regional threats and security strategy
James A. Russell
by Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA
Written in English
|Other titles||Troubling case of today"s Middle East|
|Statement||James A. Russell.|
|Series||Global security challenges to U.S. interests|
|Contributions||Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.|
|LC Classifications||UA832 .R86 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||2008354097|
The regional security strategy for the Asia-Pacific region emphasizes strengthening the bilateral alliances that have been at the heart of United States strategy for more than forty years. The United States is also committed to contribute to regional security through active participation in new multilateral fora like the ASEAN Regional Forum. The announcements are directed against different threats, but combined they give us a sense of Japanese national strategy. Japan faces two potential regional threats. The first is North Korea, whose nuclear weapon program could theoretically pose a direct threat to Japan.
Employing the comprehensive approach to security, Regional Security in the Middle East: Sectors, Variables and Issues provides an insightful and up to date analysis of security issues in a region that continues to be conflict prone and challenged by factors both regional and this volume, the contributors not only explore regional security dynamics . President Trump's new National Security Strategy (NSS) deserves careful attention, particularly by America's allies and strategic partners and by those who deal with everything the President says or issues in terms of knee jerk criticism. It is a document that President Trump reviewed and altered in some depth and that represents his views—rather .
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Regional Threats And Security Strategy: The Troubling Case Of Today's Middle EastAuthor: Strategic Studies Institute, James A. Russell. The objective of this monograph is threefold: (1) deconstruct the threats to regional security and stability in the aftermath of the Iraq invasion; (2) determine whether U.S.
strategy is tailored. The United States needs to undertake a strategic regional net assessment that examines the following issues as it seeks to construct a regional security strategy to protect its interests and mitigate wider threats to international security.
That net. The aim of this series is to bring together the key experts on European security from the academic and Regional threats and security strategy book worlds, and assess the state of play of the EU as an international security actor.
The series explores the EU, and its member states, security policy and practices in a changing global and regional context. Get this from a library. Regional threats and security strategy: the troubling case of today's Middle East. [James A Russell; Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.].
Despite the expansion of regional organizations purportedly created to address new threats, little has been done to reconceptualize the security framework guiding these new bodies, Tavares argues.
The use of military structures left over from previous dictatorships as policing bodies is one example of a security framework that may need to be.
Nowhere in the world is the web of treaties, agreements and agencies concerned with regional security needs as thick as in Latin America. The region has seen one of the most dramatic institutional transformations of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century.
Among the many reasons for this transformation is the widespread rejection of U.S. leadership to resolve. Threats in cyberspace can be classified in many ways. This is evident when you look at cyber security on a multinational level.
One of the most common models is a Author: Martti Lehto. The National Defense Strategy acknowledges an increasingly complex global security environment, characterized by overt challenges to the free and open international order and the re-emergence of long-term, strategic competition between Size: KB.
The Indian Ocean, with its critical routes for global commerce, is a potentially volatile location for geopolitical strife.
Even as the region's role in the international economy and as a highway to conflict zones increases, the US has failed to advance a coherent strategy for protecting its interests in the Indian Ocean or for managing complex diplomatic relationships across the region.
David's wife is dead. At least, he thinks she's dead. But he can't figure out what killed her or why she had to die, and his efforts to sort out what's happened have been interrupted by his discovery of a series of elaborate and escalating threats hidden in strange places around his homeone buried in the sugar bag, another carved into the side of his television.3/5().
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Bret Arsenault, corporate vice president and chief information. The study of security has experienced a series of debates around the nature of the threats to security. The early security scholars, as distinct from those who studied strategy and warfare, took a broad approach and argued that military and non-military means could achieve security.
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Preparing the U.S. National Security Strategy for and Beyond James Jay Carafano, PhD, Luke Coffey, Nile Gardiner, PhD, Walter Lohman, Ambassador Terry Miller, and File Size: KB. This chapter explores the problems of using regional analysis to think through the security agenda of the post-Cold War world.
It starts with a summary of traditional regional security complex. The U.S. today faces the most complex and challenging security environment in recent memory— even as it deals with growing constraints on its ability to respond to threats.
Its most consequential challenge is the rise of China, which increasingly has the capability to deny the U.S. access to areas of vital national interest and to undermine alliances that have underpinned regional. Enteringthe nature of the threat the U.S., and in particular the Department of Defense, faces will be more multi-polar due to the continued rise of China in the Asia-Pacific sphere; the revanchment of Russia in Europe, the Middle East, and Central Asia; an unpredictable North Korea in Northeast Asia; Iran seeking hegemonic status in the Middle East; and the Author: Chad Pillai.
However, the country’s alliances, military institutions, and national security strategy have changed little since the Cold War. American foreign and defense policies, therefore, should be assessed for their fitness for achieving sustainable national security amidst the dynamism of the international political economy, changing domestic.
This is an excerpt from Regional Security in the Middle East: Sectors, Variables and your free copy here. As a term, Middle East, albeit still contested in its meaning, did not gain much currency until after the Second World ally during the Cold War, the terminology was popularised in US contexts (Adelson47–50).II.
Advancing U.S. National Interests As stated, the goal of the national security strategy is to ensure the protection of our nation's fundamental and enduring needs: protect the lives and safety of Americans; maintain the sovereignty of the United States, with its values, institutions and territory intact; and provide for the prosperity of the nation and its people.