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U.S. National Security Strategy

The U.S. national security strategy is based on a distinctly American internationalism that reflects the union of our values and our national interests. The aim of this strategy is to help make the world not just safer but better.

The files on this site have been reproduced from files on the National Security Council web site.

The National Security Strategy of the United States is available as a single
PDF File (for accessibility software, please go to http://access.adobe.com/)

It is also available as a series of HTML files:

--03/16/06  Remarks on the President's National Security Strategy; United States Institute of Peace; Washington, DC
--  National Security Policy of the United States: Foreword by President George W. Bush
--  U.S. National Security Strategy: Overview of America's International Strategy
--  U.S. National Security Strategy: Champion Aspirations for Human Dignity
--  U.S. National Security Strategy: Strengthen Alliances to Defeat Global Terrorism and Work to Prevent Attacks Against Us and Our Friends
--  U.S. National Security Strategy: Work with others to Defuse Regional Conflicts
--  U.S. National Security Strategy: Prevent Our Enemies From Threatening Us, Our Allies, and Our Friends with Weapons of Mass Destruction
--  U.S. National Security Strategy: Ignite a New Era of Global Economic Growth through Free Markets and Free Trade
--  U.S. National Security Strategy: Expand the Circle of Development by Opening Societies and Building the Infrastructure of Democracy
--  U.S. National Security Policy: Develop Agendas for Cooperative Action With the Other Main Centers of Global Power
--   U.S. National Security Strategy: Transform America's National Security Institutions To Meet the Challenges and Opportunities of the 21st Century

  
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