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" Lippmann's words, a nation is secure to the extent to which it is not in danger of having to sacrifice core values, if it wishes to avoid war, and is able, if challenged, to maintain them by victory in such a war.2 What this definition implies is that... "
Deutsche Sicherheit im Spannungsfeld des internationalen Terrorismus und der ... - Page 43
by Marwan Abou-Taam - 2007 - 405 pages
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Détente and the Nixon Doctrine: American Foreign Policy and the Pursuit of ...

Robert S. Litwak - 1986 - 244 pages
...values. Arnold Wolfers has observed that within Lippmann's conception of national security 'a nation is secure to the extent to which it is not in danger...challenged, to maintain them by victory in such a way.'9 Thus, while rejecting the universalist orientation of the Truman Doctrine, Lippmann unabashedly...
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The Current Legal Regulation of the Use of Force

Antonio Cassese - 1986 - 536 pages
...and independence. W. Lippmann, consequently came to the definition of national security: 'a nation is secure to the extent to which it is not in danger...challenged, to maintain them by victory in such a war10'. It is a definition which has to be revised in view of the fact that in a war between the two...
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Computer Security Act of 1987: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Legislation and National Security Subcommittee - 1987 - 710 pages
...in 1943, wrote: "A nation has security when it does not have to sacrifice its legitimate interests to avoid war, and is able, if challenged, to maintain them by war.""' Contending that, in the past, "there has been no serious and sustained conviction that American...
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Defining National Security: The Nonmilitary Aspects

Joseph J. Romm - 1993 - 122 pages
...Lippmann (1943): "A nation has security when it does not have to sacrifice its legitimate interests to avoid war, and is able, if challenged, to maintain them by war." • National Security Council (1950s): "To preserve the United States as a free nation with our...
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How Many People Can the Earth Support?

Joel E. Cohen - 1996 - 532 pages
...definition in 1943: "A nation has security when it does not have to sacrifice its legitimate interests to avoid war, and is able, if challenged, to maintain them by war."27 Richard Ullmann, a political scientist at Princeton University, gave a broader definition forty...
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Critical Security Studies: Concepts and Cases

Keith Krause - 2005 - 379 pages
...the fundamental realist assumption best summed up by Walter Lippmann half a century ago: "A nation is secure to the extent to which it is not in danger...challenged, to maintain them by victory in such a war." 11 Lippmann's definition, as Arnold Wolfers pointed out, "implies that security rises and falls with...
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Africa After the Cold War: The Changing Perspectives on Security

Adebayo Oyebade, Abiodun Alao - 1998 - 228 pages
...is about the possession by a state of a level of military capability sufficient enough to avert the danger of having to sacrifice core values, if it wishes...challenged, to maintain them by victory in such a war.' Arnold Wolfer further reinforces this line of thought. According to him: security, in an objective...
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Social Science Quotations: Who Said What, When, and Where

David L. Sills, Robert King Merton - 2000 - 437 pages
...(1922) 1965:229. e A nation has security when it does not have to sacrifice its legitimate interests to avoid war and is able, if challenged, to maintain them by war. US Foreign Policy 1943:51. Seymour Martin Lipset 1922US sociologist and political scientist i...
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Students' Britannica India: Select essays

Dale Hoiberg - 2000 - 441 pages
...following definition: "A nation has security when it does not have to sacrifice its legitimate interests to avoid war and is able, if challenged, to maintain them by war." Another well-known definition holds that national security is the "ability of a nation to protect...
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India's National Security Dilemma: The Pakistan Factor and India's Policy ...

Rajpal Budania - 2001 - 312 pages
...Lippmann noted: "A nation has security when it does not have to sacrifice its legitimate interests to avoid war and is able, if challenged, to maintain them by war."2 This kind of an understanding of national security suited stable nation-states of the industrialized...
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