Don’tAsk&OtherRestrictivePolicies

Raheen Frazier

  1. Military policy is public policy dealing with international security and the military It comprises the measures and initiatives that governments do or do not take in relation to decision-making and strategic goals, such as when and how to commit national armed forces. Security strategy and policy are among the most important issues any state confronts, especially in a time of war. At SSI, research on these issues focuess on three primary areas military and strategic theory grand strategy and the assesment and critique of critical national strategic documents.

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