Nation at War: Reconciling Ends & Mean   [open pdf - 2MB]

"These proceedings contain the following presentations: Opening Remarks by Dr. Richmond M. Lloyd, William B. Ruger Chair of National Security Economics, Naval War College, and Rear Admiral Jacob L. Shuford, USN, President, Naval War College; Global Challenges and Choices, by Dr. Richard N. Cooper; Opening Remarks for Panel I -- Competing National Priorities: Strategic and Resource Choices, by Dr. J. Michael Gilmore; Guns and Butter: A False Choice, by Mr. C. Lawrence Greenwood; What is to Be Done with U.S. Predominance? Grand Strategy Choices and Challenges, by Dr. Andrew L. Ross; Confronting the Challenges to National Security, by Mr. Walter Russell Mead; Panel II -- Global War on Terrorism, Homeland Security, Defense, and Intelligence; Homeland Security To-Do List, by Dr. James Jay Carafano; Strategy and Threat: The Problem of Language, Dr. David H. McIntyre; Soft Power and the Terror War, by Dr. Carnes Lord; 2005 Quadrennial Defense Review: Taking Stock and a Way Ahead, by Ms. Michele A. Flournoy; Panel III -- 2005 Quadrennial Defense Review: Issues and Options; Matching Resources with Requirements, by Mr. Steven Kosiak; Future Wartime Scenarios for Defense Planning, by Dr. Michael E. O'Hanlon; Ten Potential Navy-Related Issues for the QDR, by Mr. Ronald O'Rourke; and Closing Remarks by Rear Admiral Jacob L. Shuford, USN"

Author:Lloyd, Richmond M.
Publisher:Naval War College (U.S.)
Copyright:Public Domain
Retrieved From:Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC): http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/
Media Type:application/pdf
Source:Naval War College Intersessional Conference at Reconciling Ends and Means. Newport, Rhode Island. March 7-8, 2005
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