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New American Century Collection (105 Books)


The Project for the New American Century intends, through issue briefs, research papers, advocacy journalism, conferences, and seminars, to explain what American world leadership entails. It will also strive to rally support for a vigorous and principled policy of American international involvement and to stimulate useful public debate on foreign and defense policy and America's role in the world.

 
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China's Persecution Complex

By: Thomas Donnelly

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: With President Bush due to travel to Beijing on February 21, Chinese leaders have embarked on a pre-summit charm offensive. Much of this warming of relations has a ritual quality; the release of a Chinese political prisoner with ties to the United States is becoming the traditional prelude to a meeting between American and Chinese presidents.

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China Without Illusions

By: Thomas Donnelly

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Five Years Ago, anyone calling China a strategic problem was dismissed as looking for some new ?cold war? enemy to fight. And when President Bush initially characterized the People?s Republic as a ?strategic competitor,? Washington?s old foreign policy hands collectively clucked their disapproval at such a rash idea.

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Asian Blues

By: Ellen Bork

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: After September 11, President Bush overturned decades of policy toward the Middle East, regretting long-support for dictators and acknowledging the link between democratic governance, stable and humane rule of citizens, and international security. China policy, however, has been left untouched. In fact, the president, who came to office seeking to restore a balance in the relationship with Beijing, reportedly told his staff he did not want a China ?inbox.?

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The Clinton Legacy Abroad

By: Robert Kagan

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: To watch Bill Clinton flit around the world these past few months, desperately and in some cases dangerously seeking some final ?accomplishment? to add to his legacy, has been to see with stunning clarity a fundamental truth about this president?s foreign policy: It has been mostly about him. Over the past year especially, Clinton has been preoccupied with his lasting fame. There was the signing, on the last day of 2000, of the agreement establishing an Internat...

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Preserving Pax Americana

By: Thomas Donnelly

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: For many years the goal of defense reformers has been to make the pentagon a more efficient organization.

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In Mccain's Army Getting Defense Spending Right

By: Gary Schmitt

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In his foreign policy speech...

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One War Too Many Lake of Resources Challenges Us Strategy

By: ew American Century

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In October Cohen told the senate armed services committee, if a theatre war had broken out during the Kosovo operation Gen Hugh Shelton and I are confident we would have been able to meet the challenge albeit at hither levels of risk.

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Security Forum for Immediate Release New Isolationism Is a Bum Rap

By: William Kristol

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In fact as William Kristal and Robert kanga pointed out in a thoughtful op. ed.

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Now May We Please Defend Ourselves

By: Robert Kagan & Gary Scbmitt

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: It was major news when India and Pakistan conducted underground nuclear tests in early may it should not have been.

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American Primacy and the Defense Spending Crisis

By: Gary Schmitt

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: There is an emerging consensus both inside the pentagon and on capitol hill that we face a defense budget crisis.

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There Case for Spending on Defense

By: Gary Schmitt

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Since the cold war's end domestic affairs have dominated America?s political agenda and not enough attention has been paid to America?s defenses.

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Where Do All the Supercomputers Gap

By: Lawrence F. Kaplan

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The house of representative it seems has been rethinking the wisdom of the laissez faire approach to national security policy favored by the white house.

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Strategic Strife

By: ew American Century

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: As Jane's Defense Weekly went to press the U.S. election remains undecided.

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Message Destructions

By: ew American Century

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Department of State does not clear on the reference & editorial.

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Statement by Richard Boucher Spokesman

By: ew American Century

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The memorandum sent by the department of state to the voice of America of October 16 was wrong.

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Think Tank Defense Vision Targets Big Ticket Projects

By: Robert Holzer

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Massachusetts institute of technology Cambridge mass under the direction of Cindy Williams.

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Revolution in Military Affairs

By: Sen. Joseph Leiberman

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Whether through serendipity or design it has become an accepted fact of us defense policy that such a transformation is under way.

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The National Interest

By: Robert Kagan and William Kristol

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: A Little Over twenty year ago a group of concerned Americans formed the committee on the present danger.

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Hinted States Senate

By: James Helms

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: We write to express our continuing concerns about s.1712 the export administration act.?

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House Republican Conference

By: J.C. Watts, Jr.

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Clinton administration's record number of deployments has strained America?s armed forces to the breaking point.

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