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Research Report

A FOUNDATIONAL PROPOSAL FOR THE NEXT ADMINISTRATION

Chester A. Crocker
Daniel Levin
David C. Miller
Thomas R. Pickering
Copyright Date: Jun. 1, 2016
Published by: Atlantic Council
Pages: 48
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https://www.jstor.org/stable/resrep03666
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Table of Contents

  1. (pp. v-vi)
    Stephen J. Hadley, James L. Jones Jr. and Jon M. Huntsman Jr.
  2. (pp. 1-26)

    While it remains uncertain who will become the forty-fifth president of the United States, it is abundantly clear that the next administration will face significant foreign policy challenges. There is growing consensus and concern about perceived global disorder and uncertainty, yet views on the diagnosis and prescription for these challenges vary widely. Partisan critics too readily point to failures in national leadership, across several administrations, without adequately accounting for the rapidly changing global dynamics that seemingly force the system to focus on short-term, tactical crisis management, and the obstacle of an antiquated national security decision-making structure and process that fails...