The RAND Security Cooperation Prioritization and Propensity Matching Tool
Recent RAND research identified practices and contextual factors associated with greater or lesser degrees of success in security cooperation. A related diagnostic tool maximizes the utility of these analyses and can help defense planners identify potential mismatches between security cooperation funding, priorities, and propensity for success with a given country.
Subjects: Technology, Political Science
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