ABSTRACT

National Security Strategy of the United States of America [March 2006]   [open pdf - 634KB]

Alternate Title: National Security Strategy of the United States of America

From the text: "It is the policy of the United States to seek and support democratic movements and institutions in every nation and culture, with the ultimate goal of ending tyranny in our world. In the world today, the fundamental character of regimes matters as much as the distribution of power among them. The goal of our statecraft is to help create a world of democratic, well-governed states that can meet the needs of their citizens and conduct themselves responsibly in the international system. This is the best way to provide enduring security for the American people. Achieving this goal is the work of generations. The United States is in the early years of a long struggle, similar to what our country faced in the early years of the Cold War. The 20th century witnessed the triumph of freedom over the threats of fascism and communism. Yet a new totalitarian ideology now threatens, an ideology grounded not in secular philosophy but in the perversion of a proud religion. Its content may be different from the ideologies of the last century, but its means are similar: intolerance, murder, terror, enslavement, and repression."

Publisher:United States. White House Office
Date:2006-03
Series:National Security Strategy
Copyright:Public Domain
Retrieved From:Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Policy: http://policy.defense.gov/
Format:pdf
Media Type:application/pdf
URL:https://www.hsdl.org/?view&did=489257
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