D. Robert Worley
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2015
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PART I: Foundational Concepts and Principles
Chapter 1: Primer on Security Concepts
Chapter 2: War and American Democracy
Chapter 3: War Powers
PART II: National Security Strategies
Chapter 4: Grand Strategy
Chapter 5: Cold War Strategies
Chapter 6: Post-Cold War Strategies
Policy statements for uses of force at the low end of the conflict spectrum—including guerrilla, psychological, and political warfare—are given here, spanning both Cold War and post-Cold War periods.
PART III: National Security Apparatus
Chapter 7: Instruments of Power
Chapter 8: Mechanisms of Power
Chapter 9: National Security Council
PART IV: National Security Reform
Chapter 10: Major Reform Proposals
Chapter 11: Strategy First
Inaugural speeches html
Presidential rankings html gives background, points to individual studies, compares results
State of the Union addresses html
Presidential signing statements html
State Department Historian html
Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) html
Office of the Secretary of Defense Historian html
Joint Chiefs of Staff and National Policy html