This is the first significant, broad-scope study of institutional and organizational factors affecting U.S. national security policy since the Murphy Commission Report in 1975. Organizational, institutional and managerial considerations bear critically on the quality of American defense policy, foreign policy and intelligence. This book analyzes these considerations and offers suggestions for change. Originally published in 1989 by Harper and Row.
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About the Author
Duncan L. Clarke is Professor of International Relations and Coordinator of the U.S. Foreign Policy Field at the School of International Service, American University.