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Daniel Gallington Offers “11 Ways to Fix National Security”

Oct 1st, 2012 Inteligence

Today, U.S. News & World Report published “11 Ways to Fix U.S. National Security,” an article by Daniel Gallington, who formerly served in senior national security policy positions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the DOJ, and as general counsel for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Gallington is currently the senior policy and program adviser at the George C. Marshall Institute.

In Gallington’s view:

Too many of our national security policies, practices, and decisions operate to encourage and embolden our sworn enemies, rather than deter or discourage them.

Gallington proposes eleven changes that should be made to the U.S. national security approach, specifically to the laws on cybersecurity and to the national counterterrorism and intelligence structure. All eleven of Gallington’s proposals can be found here.

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