Biden’s National Security Strategy: Takeaways and Pakistan

Nearly 20 months taking office, Biden administration finally released its National Security Strategy (NSS) on October 12, 2022.  The White House published the unclassified part of NSS, which defines broad strategic priorities and guidelines for US government departments and agencies dealing with both domestic and external policies. The document that is released in the name of the sitting President, however, incorporates policy choices and interests of several bureaucracies and organizations that make up the whole-of-government. After release of NSS, Department of Defence published National Defence Strategy (NDS) and Nuclear Posture Review (NPR). In this way, NSS serves as a foundation for strategic documents and outlook of other departments of the US government. Read More…

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