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WASHINGTON, June 3, 2010 – The 2010 National Security Strategy recently presented to Congress seeks to preserve the safety and security of the American people, and the Defense Department plays a big role in that endeavor. Story
ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 28, 2010 – The new U.S. National Security Strategy, unveiled yesterday, recognizes that America’s strength is based on all elements of national power, and the power of its example to the world, Vice President Joe Biden said today at the U.S. Naval Academy here.
Speaking to the 2010 graduating class, Biden said the four pillars of the new strategy are designed to “guarantee America’s continued ascendency in the 21st century [and] to guarantee our security." Story
WASHINGTON, May 28, 2010 – The new U.S. National Security Strategy is one of renewal and global leadership that advances U.S. interests by building the sources of American strength and influence and shaping a more peaceful and more prosperous world, President Barack Obama’s national security advisor said yesterday. Story
WASHINGTON, May 27, 2010 – The Obama Administration has instituted a “whole-of-government” approach within the new National Security Strategy presented to Congress today.
The security strategy is the first presented by President Barack Obama, and it builds on the lessons learned from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and on the research conducted for the Quadrennial Defense Review issued in February. Story | Full Document (PDF)