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These do not include non-foreign policy reviews, such as the National Prevention Strategy think health care, not conflict , or the National Strategy for Electronics Stewardship.

Several issues will become apparent. First, while the NSS is supposed to serve as the framework for strategy documents produced by various government agencies, it was actually released after several of the other documents were published.

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This approach assumes that the targeted country interests—as detailed in their own national strategies and policy reviews—are aligned with the United States. White House, U.

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The National Security Strategy of the United States begins with an overview of national security: "At the dawn of the 21st century, the United States of America faces a broad and complex array of challenges to our national security. Just as America helped to determine the course of the 20th century, we must now build the sources of American strength and influence, and shape an international order capable of overcoming the challenges of the 21st century.

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That includes our military might, economic competitiveness, moral leadership, global engagement, and efforts to shape an international system that serves the mutual interests of nations and peoples. For the world has changed at an extraordinary pace, and the United States must adapt to advance our interests and sustain our leadership.

It concludes by stating that the "strategy calls for a comprehensive range of national actions, and a broad conception of what constitutes our national security.