Taking Charge. A Bipartisan Report to the President-Elect on Foreign Policy and National Security. Transition 2001
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The ideas and recommendations included in this report are the work of more than 50 American leaders in foreign policy and national security. This is a diverse group of individuals, drawn from across the political spectrum, who have served the nation in public service or who come from the worlds of academia and policy analysis-all with knowledge, experience, and engagement in critical U.S. foreign policy and national security debates. They were invited by RAND to identify the most important challenges for the new U.S. president, to suggest priorities, to propose and discuss the range of alternative choices, and, where there is collective agreement, to recommend specific courses of action. The deliberations of the group were informed by some twenty-five papers commissioned by the panel and largely based on RAND research. This publication was supported by RAND using its own funds.
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