The Challenging Future of Strategic Planning

Drezner, Daniel

Volume 33, Issue 1. Winter/Spring Strategic planning, the ability to formulate both grand strategy and its medium- and long-term execution, has become too peripheral to U.S. policymaking. As the influence of global institutions wanes and the specter of America's relative loss of power looms, strategic planning must therefore play a larger role in the shaping of U.S. foreign... read more

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