defense policy

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Synonyms for defense policy

a program for defending a country against its enemies

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The ministry said regional security and bilateral defense policy as well as military exchanges and cooperation would be discussed during the upcoming meeting, but it declined to comment on detailed agendas.
presenting on that occasion the standing of the Republic of Macedonia to the future of the EU through the prism of the common security and defense policy.
As a major document stating Japan's view of its security environment and its defense policy, the annual defense report should have sent a more fair-sounding message to the outside world, especially its neighbors in Asia.
Bulgaria supports the major priorities of the Polish EU Presidency in the realm of the common security and defense policy," Bulgarian Defense Minister Gen.
Speaking at the two-day event, Sahin expressed Turkey's expectations from Europe about proper representation of Turkey in parliamentary oversight of the Common Security and Defense Policy.
Additional articles in this section help develop the history of defense policy from the "just war" theory on the morality of war and how it may be applied to American defense issues facing policy makers in the next 20 years.
The use of Radio Frequency Identification is a Department of Defense policy to be implemented by by all deploying military units.
This memorandum establishes Department of Defense policy for the annual submission of Insensitive Munitions Strategic Plans to the Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics) (OUSD(AT & L)).
The European Union now and in ten years will have to be a loose grouping of member states if it is to function at all, and it will be without a strong centralizing authority or a common foreign and defense policy.
Now it appears that Richard Perle, the controversial Defense Policy Board member and neoconservative field marshal, is trying to get in on the act.
In July 2002 a briefing prepared by a researcher at Rand Corporation and presented to the Defense Policy Board, a group of prominent intellectuals and former senior officials that advises the Pentagon on defense policy, stated "The Saudis are active at every level of the terror chain, from planners to financiers, from cadre to foot-soldier, from ideologist to cheerleader.
This organization enjoys a special and important place in the Estonian national defense policy that is based upon the Nordic concept of total defense.
From trade, health care, Social Security, and now defense policy, neo-conservatives so worship the omniscience of the free market that, confronted with any social or political difficulty, their first impulse appears to be to find some way to construct a market around it.
Wolfowitz drew up a draft document called the Defense Policy Guidance, and it bears an eerie resemblance to the new National Security Strategy that Bush adopted last fall.
CACI stands ready to meet the needs of the Office of the Secretary of Defense as it continues its vital role in guiding defense policy and operations.
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