• United State Security Information National
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    The increase in the flow of information between nations has proven to be a critical part of the developing international community. Deficiencies in this field have lead to the ill-preparation by the United States during the Bombing of Pearl Harbor and the attacks on the World Trade Center in September 2001. In both cases, critical data was received from surveillance instruments but was not acted upon expediently enough to avoid disaster. With the transition from a state-based threat to non-state...
  • National Security Gaddis Containment Policy
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    Strategies Of Containment A Critical Appraisal Of Postwar American National Security Policy Strategies of Containment: A Critical Appraisal of Postwar American National Security Policy In Strategies of Containment, John Lewis Gaddis looks to analyze the United States national security policy since World War II. Gaddis divides the postwar years into five distinct geopolitical codes, which he analyzes in depth. Gaddis's ystem atic analysis asks the following questions of each geopolitical code: 1....
  • Atomic Diplomacy National Security
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    Atomic Diplomacy Revised: U. S. Nuclear Security Policy, Kennen to Kissenger The emergence of the United States as a dominant party in balance of power equations is a relatively new phenomenon in world history. New military technology coupled with increased global integration has allowed the United States to reinvent the fundemental assumptions of international diplomacy while propelling itself to the top of the hedgemonic stepladder. This positioning was achieved peace meal during the course of...
  • Collin Powell National Security
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    Secretary of State Colin Luther Powell served as national security adviser to President Ronald Reagan, and under President George Bush became the first African American to serve as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989-1993). In 2001 the U. S. Senate confirmed him as the Secretary of State. Colin Luther Powell was born in Harlem, New York City on April 5, 1937, the son of a shipping clerk and a seamstress, both of whom were immigrants from Jamaica. Powell spent most of his childhood in the...
  • September 11 Pearl Harbor
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    There are many similarities and differences between the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. One attack was committed by terrorists and the other was committed by a government. After Pearl Harbor, we entered a world war, and after the terrorist attacks, we invaded another country. Both Attacks were grave threats to our national security. To begin, the two attacks were launched by different types of enemies. On September 11, 2001, civilian terrorists a...
  • The President National Security
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    The President and National Security The Presidents role in National Security has been a topic of enduring debate in U. S. politics from the Constitutional Convention to our present day situation in Kosovo. Nearly every American President has had to struggle with this issue and deal with the Constitutions separation of power between Congress and the Executive. The President and Congress share the war-making powers, treaty-making and foreign policy powers, and among many others, the power to place...
  • National Security Intelligence Cia Scientific
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    p Today, as never before, the threats to classified and sensitive information are immense and growing: computer attacks are increasing, competitive secrets are at risk and information warfare is on the rise. The resurgence of terrorism, the rise of economic spying and upswing in computer crime recently led U. S. intelligence officials to list these threats as principal national security concerns. Keeping pace with the changing threat dynamics and requirements of government security is a formida...
  • National Security Information Nsa Development
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    National Security Agency/Central Security Service The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) was established in November 1952 to provide a crypto logic organization for the civilian and military leaders of the United States and to provide them with timely information. The National Security Agency (NSA) coordinates, directs, and performs highly specialized activities to produce foreign intelligence information and protect United States information systems through two main mis...
  • Atomic Diplomacy United States
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    Atomic Diplomacy The emergence of the United States as a dominant party in balance of power equations is a relatively new phenomenon in world history. New military technology coupled with increased global integration has allowed the United States to reinvent the fundamental assumptions of international diplomacy while propelling itself to the top of the hegemonic stepladder. This positioning was achieved piecemeal during the course of the first two world wars, but it wasn't until the deployment ...
  • Soviet Union Stalin American Roosevelt
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    No issue in twentieth-century American history has aroused more debate than the question of the origins of the Cold War. Some have claimed that Soviet duplicity and expansionism created the international tensions, while others have proposed that American provocations and imperial ambitions were at least equally to blame. Most historians agree both the United States and the Soviet Union contributed to the atmosphere of hostility and suspicions that quickly clouded the peace. At the heart of the r...
  • Intelligence Customers National Security
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    3 SEP 2002 INTELLIGENCE CUSTOMERS The collapse of the Soviet Union has finally brought the cold war to a conclusion in the 1980's. This collapse brought about a transfer in the global power structure. Threats such as terrorism, nuclear proliferation, narcotics trafficking and organized crime e became more prominent. The United States' national security policies were revolutionized to be successful against the new risks towards the Nation. It may be assumed that the best group to handle the new p...
  • National Security Satire Terrorist Appearance Nation
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    National Security It has come to my attention that the current state of our nation is one of peril and doubt. Due to the recent attacks brought upon our nation's soil by terrorists and "evil doers," it is understandable that the current degree of national security must be heightened. Our country can no longer be one of completely freewill with utter disregard to those outside of our borders, but must now come to suspect all inhabitants alien to our land as potential threats to our sovereign free...
  • United States Security Cryptography National
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    Cryptography's Importance in Government Cryptography is one of the most influential and important assets pertaining to government today. Cryptography is the mathematical science of preparing communication incoherent to parties unintended to receive the message. A presidential directive at 12: 01, on November 4, 1952, established the National Security Agency (NSA) as a separate, secret organized agency within the Department of Defense (DoD) in this directive, President Truman appointed the Secret...
  • National Security Agency Cia Bob Government
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    Between these two great men Steve Rothman and Robert Torricelli. I have learned a lot about congressmen and politics but I am going to go into both of their biography and tell you a little about them. Senator Torricelli born Robert Torricelli on August 26, 1951, in New Jersey is where he has spent most of his childhood. Torricelli the son of a school librarian and an attorney, Bob s interest in politics was fueled by his parents and history lessons that he took from his mothers school library. B...
  • Extraneous Influences Foreign Policy
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    Brian Pedersen 3-13-2000 5 th Period Berger Saw No 'Extraneous Influences' On Foreign Policy Summary National Security Advisor Sandy Berger testified today that he saw no evidence of "extraneous influences" on the Clinton Administration's foreign policy, despite visits to the White House by some questionable characters with overseas interests. Berger, in testimony before the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, said there was no clear policy last year for screening overseas visitors who wanted...
  • The Cabinet White House
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    Although there is nothing in the constitution describing a cabinet system, the framers believed that having a cabinet system was necessary. Shortly before being sworn into office Washington consulted with Madison and Hamilton concerning his role and duties as president. The decided to set up an advisory or assistant thing for the president. Washington then asked to create three executive departments. One of War one of foreign affairs, and one for fiscal matters. The cabinet is divided into depar...
  • Intelligence In The World
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    "Any sound that Winston made, above the level of a very low whisper, would be picked up by it... There was of course no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment... You had to live- did live, from habit that became instinct- in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard and, except in darkness, every moment scrutinized." George Orwell, 1984 Throughout history, every civilization depends on its ability to read the others cards, in other words, from ancient Gree...
  • National Security Soviet Government Mccarthy
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    What is more important national security or individual rights? This question has been posed many times throughout our nation's history. One of the most memorable times when this became an issue was the McCarthy era. Did Communism threaten America's internal security in the 1940's and early 1950's or did Joseph McCarthy and the House of Un-American Activities Committee create a Red Scare and abuse their powers? The answer to this question is yes to both parts. After World War II, it was obvious t...
  • Australian Foreign Policy National Interest
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    What is Foreign Policy? Foreign Policy is a nations' attitude, actions (ie economic sanctions, peacekeeping, military activity) as well as our dealings with other countries (ie trade, immigration, aid, defence) and anything that is directed towards preserving and furthering certain national interests. Foreign Policy seeks to maintain national security, promote economic and trade interests, expand regional and global links, and promote the nation as a good global citizen. Why is FP unique in term...
  • Condoleeza Rice National Security
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    Biography Condoleeza Rice was born Nov. 14 th, 1954 in Birmingham, Alabama. Her father was dean of Stillman College as well as a minister and her mother taught music and science at a local high school. Growing up around education, Rice has always been a little ahead of the others. By the age of three, she began reading as well as taking lessons in piano, figure skating and French. She was in eighth grade by age 11. Although Rice's parents tried to armor her from racism, she lived in a world res...