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Honest Brokers in the Gray Zone: Adapting the NSC for the Twenty-First Century

The National Security Council, enacted in 1947 by Truman, was originally intended to help presidential administrations facilitate information sharing and strategic planning. The authors discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each administration since its inception and discuss potential changes to bring the council in line with modern warfare and policy.

PHOTO BY: Mulder et al.
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