Inter-Agency Cooperation: The New Security Paradigm in the 21st Century
Strategy research project
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The security paradigm has changed. We no longer face a conventional threat that could match the military might of the United States. With globalization affecting all areas of the world, new threats have risen. These new threat takes the form of weak governments, lagging economies, religious extremists, and youth bulges. To confront this new threat the United States must use all elements of its national power, and for this power to be used successfully, it must be coordinated and work in tandem to ensure unity of effort. The Military will assume new mission that involve not only defense, but development and diplomacy 3D as well. The 3D s will be used to strengthen partner nation security in an attempt to face this new security threat before it escalates into another 911 event. Interagency cooperation will be critical as this new paradigm comes on line and all parties learn to understand each other s culture and how best to work together to achieve the desired effectsoutcomes that will secure our national objectives, as we face this new security challenges of the 21st century.
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