National Security Strategy
"We will not hesitate to act alone, if necessary, to exercise our right of self-defense by acting preemptively," intones George W. Bush's national security strategy, a set of principles likened by the Moscow Times to Hitler's Mein Kampf, and described by the New York Times as Bush's "How I'll rule the world" blueprint. It was adopted September 22, 2002.
National Security Strategy (33 pages), White House website
Bush Outlines Anti-Terror Strategy by Sandra Sobieraj, Associated Press
Protecting Americans at Home, or Promoting American Corporations Abroad? by Stephen Gowans, What's Left
Mad Ambitions by Ann Rose Thomas, Online Journal
The New National Security Strategy Is American Empire by Charles V. Peña, CATO Institute
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