National Security Policy Proceedings, vol. 1: Spring 2010

This is the inaugural issue of the Center for Security Policy’s National Security Policy Proceedings, a new quarterly journal.

From the Publisher’s Note:

In the hope of making the contributions of outstanding security policy practitioners more widely available, the Center is leased to offer a compilation of our transcripts of such remarks in this new product, National Security olicy Proceedings. In some cases, speakers have chosen to submit their remarks to Proceedings as original articles. Additionally, Proceedings includes book reviews of ecently published national security-themed books, reviewed by eminent scholars in the field.

These Proceedings provide the reader with authoritative, yet highly accessible, commentary on he most pressing security policy ssues of our time, covering the waterfront of foreign affairs, defense olicy, arms control, energy, economic and homeland security.

The contents also provide insights into the behind-the-scenes conversations that inform and often shape fficial decisions. As such, we hope they will become required reading not only for others in the public olicy community but for students and responsible citizens, who recognize that an informed electorate s vital to the functioning—and perhaps even the survival—of a republic like ours.

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National Security Policy Proceedings

Vol. 1: Spring 2010

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FRANK J. GAFFNEY, JR.
Publisher’s Note

DOUGLAS J. FEITH
START the Debate

DAVID SATTER
Assessing the “Reset” in US-Russia Relations

WALID PHARES
9/11: Eight Years Later

ALLEN B. WEST
Define the Enemy: What It Takes to Win in Afghanistan

PAUL ROSENZWEIG
Preventing Terrorist Travel

GORDON G. CHANG
Rising China’s Fate
A review of Rising China and Its Postmodern Fate by Charles Horner

PAULA DeSUTTER
Time Bomb
A review of The Rise of Nuclear Iran: How Tehran Defies the West by Dore Gold

ROBERT R. REILLY
Strong Horses
A review of The Strong Horse by Lee Smith

CHRISTINE BRIM
Worlds of Islam
A review of The World of Islam book series

 

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