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The Evolution of National Security Strategy: A Critical Analysis

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Analyzing the changing landscape of national security strategy components.

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Since 1986, Congress has required each president to write a national security strategy. How has this security document changed over the years and what components are essential for its success? This article delves into the evolution of national security strategy, focusing on the key components that have shaped its development.

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Given grand strategy's concern with advancing overall interests, typically in the context of a significant threat, there is a pressing need to reassess and adapt security strategies to meet evolving challenges. This article explores the importance of flexibility and foresight in crafting effective national security strategies.

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On October 27, the Biden administration released the unclassified version of the National Defense Strategy (NDS), along with the Nuclear Posture Review (NPR). How do these documents reflect the evolving priorities and challenges in national security strategy formulation?

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