U.S. National Security: A Reference Handbook
Presents analysis of national security issues in the United States, focusing on the dramatic changes brought about by the attacks of September 11, 2001. This book also follows the trajectory of American security policy from the Cold War to the World Trade Center attacks to the Bush Administration.
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