3 edition of Rethinking US security policy for the 1980s found in the catalog.
Rethinking US security policy for the 1980s
National Security Affairs Conference (7th 1980 Washington, D.C.)
|Other titles||National Security Affairs Conference, 1980 proceedings.|
|Statement||cosponsored by the National Security Affairs Institute, National Defense University and the Office of the Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.|
|Contributions||National Security Affairs Institute (U.S.), National Defense University., United States. Office of the Prinicipal Deputy Under Secretary Defense for Policy.|
|LC Classifications||UA23 .N248 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 334 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||334|
|LC Control Number||81601127|
The rise of al Qaeda, which had benefited from US Cold War policies, is only one example. Raising awareness about unwanted and even paradoxical policy outcomes and suggesting ways of avoiding damage or limiting their scale, this book will be of much interest to students of security governance, risk management, international security and IR. The book begins by considering the rival ''lessons'' and trends that emerge from Europe's deeper past. It goes on to discuss the theories for managing the traditional state system, the transition from autocratic states to communitarian nation states, the enduring strength of nation states, and their uneasy relationship with capitalism.
Winner of the Academy of Management Public-Nonprofit (PNP) Division Best Book Award Many public services today are delivered by external service providers such as private firms and voluntary organizations. These new ways of working – including contracting, partnering, client co-production, inter-governmental collaboration and volunteering – pose challenges for public . The central feature of this new model of policing concerned methods and practices designed to both engage and involve citizens in police matters that, by the s, evolved into community policing. Emerging from the same tumult, but at a considerably slower pace, was a new way of thinking about democracy, deeply rooted in critical theory.
The paranoia that emerged in Soviet ruling circles in the early s was not entirely outlandish, Downing suggests, given Reagan administration officials' lack of foreign policy consensus. In the United States, hard-liners pushed confrontation alongside advocates of a more amicable path toward : Joshua Cochran. The EU has faced profound challenges before, such as the French National Assembly’s rejection of a political union in the s, President De Gaulle’s ‘empty chair’ policy in the s, the oil price hikes and ‘stag-flation’ in the s, the battle over the UK’s budget contribution in the s.
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