Rethinking National Security


When World War II ended the US was totally secure.
Since then, we have spent trillions to improve our national security.
Yet we now can be destroyed in under an hour.

What went wrong?

Resources

The Statement: In just 153 words, this statement summarizes what went wrong and how it might be fixed. Signers include a former Director of the National Security Agency (NSA), Ronald Reagan’s Ambassador to Moscow, Stanford’s last president, and several Nobel Laureates. A more complete list of signers follows the statement.

The Paper: builds on the statement by briefly exploring twelve assumptions that form the foundation for our on thinking national security, but that turn out to be questionable.

The Briefing Book: under construction.

What you can do: under construction.

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