National Security in the 21st Century

Thu, Sep 29, 2005, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Princeton University
The Princeton Project reconvened at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs to present the findings of the seven Project working groups. Building on the working group reports and commissioned papers, the conference explored the scope and substance of our national security in the 21st century: the principal threats we face; our best hope of addressing those threats over the long term; the building blocks of any more specific national security strategy put forward by this or any future administration; and the national and international infrastructure we are likely to need to implement such a strategy. Participants identified areas of bipartisan agreement in each of these areas, framed as basic principles and propositions that should inform a host of more specific strategies and policies over the coming decades.

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