Harvey Sapolsky, "US Defense Policy and National Security: Theory and Practice"
Publisher: Routledge | 2008 | ISBN 0415772664 | PDF | 191 pages | 1.6 MB
This new textbook explains how US defence and national security policy is formulated and conducted.
Harvey Sapolsky, Eugene Gholz, and Caitlin Talmadge focus on the role of the President, Congress, political partisans, the defence industries, lobbies, and interest groups, including the military itself, in shaping policies. The book examines the following key themes: US grand strategy, who joins America's military, how and why weapons are bought, the management of defence, public attitudes toward the military and casualties, the roles of the President and the, Congress in controlling the military, the effects of 9/11 on security policy, homeland security, government reorganizations, and intra- and inter-service relations.
In addition to these core descriptive and analytical themes, the authors emphasize the process of defence policy-making rather than just the outcomes of that process - a departure from the style of many existing textbooks. US Defense Policy and National Security will be essential reading for students of national security, US defence politics, and US public policy courses, and recommended for students of foreign policy, international security and political science.
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