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Meeting America's security challenges beyond Iraq : a conference report /
Sarah Harting.
Santa Monica, CA : Rand Corp., c2008.
xiii, 27 p.
9780833044693 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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Santa Monica, CA : Rand Corp., c2008.
9780833044693 (pbk. : alk. paper)
general note
"On December 4, 2007, the RAND Corporation and the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA) Corporation cohosted a conference entitled, "Meeting America's Security Challenges Beyond Iraq."--Pref.
"Prepared for the United States Air Force."
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Includes bibliographical references.
A Look Inside
Table of Contents
Overview of the Emerging Security Environmentp. 3
Five Trends Affecting U.S. Securityp. 3
"Five Long Wars": America's Security Landscape Beyond Iraqp. 4
Threads of Instabilityp. 5
Question and Answer Sessionp. 5
Key Threats and Challenges for the Futurep. 7
China as a Strategic Challengep. 7
Nuclear-Armed Regional Adversariesp. 8
Question and Answer Session - Part 1p. 9
Terrorism and Insurgency: The Changing Threatp. 9
Question and Answer Session - Part 2p. 10
Iran: A Multidimensional Challengep. 10
Question and Answer Session - Part 3p. 11
Midday Presentationp. 13
Question and Answer Sessionp. 14
Priority Capabilities for Securing U.S. Interestsp. 15
Achieving Global Effectsp. 15
Defeating "Hybrid Threats" in the 21st Centuryp. 15
Capabilities Required for Countering State Adversariesp. 16
Understanding Possibilities and Risksp. 16
Question and Answer Sessionp. 17
Fielding the Requisite Forces in a Resource-Constrained Environmentp. 19
Federal Budget Trends and the Outlook for Defense Programsp. 19
A New Division of Labor Among America's Armed Forcesp. 20
U.S. Ground Forces: Options for Future Developmentp. 20
Question and Answer Sessionp. 21
Closing Remarksp. 23
Question and Answer Sessionp. 24
Conference Agendap. 25
Bibliographyp. 27
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