July 25, 2007, 2 Day Event 9:00AM - 4:00PM - Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. Headquarters
The Project on National Security Reform (PNSR) is part of a multi-year, multi-institutional which is examining the U.S. national security system to identify needed reforms. The PNSR, which is led by Hudson CEO Kenneth Weinstein and other think tank managers as well as former senior government policymakers, has five components: (1) Examine how the national security system took its current form; (2) Identify problems, their causes, and their consequences; (3) Develop a range of alternative solutions; (4) Evaluate the alternative solutions; and (5) Make recommendations. Study topics include vision and doctrine; strategy, policy, and planning processes; execution and evaluation; structure; people; resources; and congressional and other oversight.
Starting July 25, PSNR will host a two-day conference featuring eight issue seminars. Please open the link for program times and locations. To RSVP, please email McCarthyB3@ndu.edu.
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