Meeting America's Security Challenges Beyond Iraq: A Conference Report
On December 4, 2007, leading practitioners and analysts in the U.S. Defense community conferred on possible approaches to meeting America1s future security challenges. Many noted that these challenges, coupled with demands on the military forces, will require significant changes in how the Department of Defense trains, equips, and postures its forces and in how the U.S. government is organized for the advancement of U.S. interests abroad.
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America's Security Challenges Answer Session Answer Session—Part attendee asked budget Center for Naval Challenges Beyond Iraq China China's reemergence conflict Countering Terrorist cyber domain defense spending Department of Defense Division of Labor economic Emerging Security Environment future Hezbollah hybrid interagency internal Iran Iran's Iraq and Afghanistan issues Meeting America's Security National Intelligence Council National Intelligence Estimate Naval Analyses North Korea nuclear weapons nuclear-armed regional adversaries operations panelist argued panelist discussed panelist noted panelist responded Pew Research Center political Priority Capabilities Project AIR FORCE Quadrennial Defense Review Question and Answer RAND Corporation RAND Project AIR regime role Securing U.S. Interests Senior Defense Analyst Shanghai Cooperation Organization Six-Party Talks speaker argued speaker asked speaker noted Strategic Challenge strategy targets terrorism and insurgency terrorists and insurgents Threats and Challenges trends U.S. actions U.S. defense U.S. forces U.S. government U.S. ground forces U.S. military U.S. policy U.S. security youth bulge