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The Impact of Alternative International Economic Policies on U.S. Defense Interests Abroad
Interim technical rept. Jun-Nov 1974
CACI INC-FEDERAL ARLINGTON VA
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The evolving international economic environment poses as yet unanswered questions concerning the implications of newly adopted international economic policies for U.S. defense interests abroad. To begin to answer these questions, this study has been designed to identify international economic policies which, if adopted by the United States, would adversely affect foreign economies and induce policy responses detrimental to U.S. defense policies and defense posture. Problems discussed are the following 1 An economic model to determine the nature and magnitude of changes in foreign economies induced by U. S. international economic policies 2 A decision-analysis framework to identify likely policy responses of foreign governments 3 The components of U.S. defense interests and military posture.
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