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Title: National Security Strategy
Action: The American flag is shown in the background. The cover of The National Security Strategy of the United States of America is shown screen right, along with a link to it in the bottom right corner of the page. The three main bullet points of the following text are shown when mentioned in the narration:
Voice: The current National Security Strategy is contained in the document, The National Security Strategy of the United States of America, dated September 2002. The National Security Strategy, or NSS, reflects the policies and policy objectives of the administration. The 2002 NSS reflects the ideas of defending the peace, preserving the peace, and extending the peace;…
Action: The remaining sub-bullet points from above are shown simultaneously.
Voice: …and provides eight specific national security objectives. Several of these objectives: strengthening alliances to defeat global terrorism, preventing threats from weapons of mass destruction, and transforming national security institutions directly impact military operations. Other NSS objectives will likely involve military forces as well.
Link to NSS (opens acrobat pdf in new window): The National Security Strategy of the United States of America
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