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Technology, strategy and national security

Technology, strategy and national security

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Published by National Defense University Press, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. [distributor] in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Military art and science -- United States -- Technological innovations.,
    • Strategy.,
    • United States -- Defenses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Franklin D. Margiotta and Ralph Sanders.
      ContributionsMargiotta, Franklin D., Sanders, Ralph., National Defense University.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA23 .T38 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 197 p. :
      Number of Pages197
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2663364M
      LC Control Number85600557

      These essays from the journal International Security cover aspects of past and present naval technologies and explore current disputes over American naval doctrine. Four of the contributions--those by Linton Brooks, John Mearsheimer, Barry Posen, and Joshua Epstein--describe the case for and against the Reagan administration's controversial Maritime Strategy, which has formed the basis for . The lack of a formal National Security Strategy for India has been the subject of some criticism among the strategic community. Therefore, the initiative by the Indian National Congress to commission this report deserves credit. This report will generate a broader discussion and help refine the contours of India’s National Security Strategy.

      some of the risks associated with this new technology. This, then, will be the subject of my talk today: benefits and risks of the new military technology and their implications for national security. II. Historical Background First, however, let me relate some historical background. In , just as the Cold War was winding down, a regional. Overview. These essays from the journal International Security cover aspects of past and present naval technologies and explore current disputes over American naval doctrine. Four of the contributions — those by Linton Brooks, John Mearsheimer, Barry Posen, and Joshua Epstein — describe the case for and against the Reagan administration’s controversial Maritime Strategy, which .

      Download the Report Purchase a print version A dominant theme of the twenty-first century is the democratization of science and technology (S&T). It is a driving force in global society and pervasive throughout all aspects of human endeavor, to include national security. High-technology weapons are no longer the exclusive domain of only a few nations. Smaller states are expanding their. security innovation strategy to ensure it is the predominant power in a range of emerging technologies such as AI and data science, advanced battery storage, advanced semiconductor technologies.


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security is the continuing threat that hostile states with significant military power pose to allies and friends in key regions. A National Security Strategy or Policy (NSS or NSP) is a key framework for a country to meet the basic needs and security concerns of citizens, and address external and internal threats to the country.

We have developed guidance to help practitioners support national stakeholders in the design of these key national documents. This Thematic in. National security science and technology strategy.

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Subjects: National security -- United States. The strategy supports the Administration's overall national security policies as articulated in A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement and is grounded in the conviction that advances in science and technology are a vital part of the solution to many of the problems that we face.

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With renewed dedication to a national innovation security strategy, the United States can ensure its continued and future economic growth and national security.