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From the Publisher"Gerstein, a Gulf War veteran and a military fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations, argues that in terms of defense, the US is largely unprepared to reap the benefits of the information age and unable to address an increasing threat level because its methods, procedures, and ways of thinking remain anchored in the vanishing industrial era. Based on the conclusions of several capstone documents (including the 9/11 Commission Report), he says the nation must develop and implement a new security strategy that incorporates elements of soft power, such as economic, social, cultural, and informational capabilities."
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"Securing America's Future describes the complex relationship between government and industry in today's information age….[t]races the defense of the United States through its history, showing the various threats and strategies for victory….[a] serious analysis of world events and approaches to national security."