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by Paul B. Stares


Council Special Report No. 48 October 2009. Paul B. Stares and Micah Zenko. The Council on Foreign Relations takes no institutional position on policy issues and has no affiliation with the .

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Preventive Action book by Paul B. Stares. This makes it imperative that the . government find ways to identify, delay, and avert international crises that could harm . interests or even lead to military engagement. The Obama administration has repeatedly affirmed its support for working to prevent future international crises, but it has offered few new solutions in its first months in office.

He is the author of two other Council Special Reports, Enhancing . Zenko received a PhD in political science from Brandeis University. Preventive Action, with CPA director Paul Stares, and Toward Deeper Reductions in . and Russian Nuclear Weapons, which was published in November 2010. His book, Between Threats and War: . Discrete Military Operations in the Post-Cold War World, was published by Stanford University Press in September 2010.

Preventive measures are generally less expensive than remedial ones. Building an effective . They also allow policymakers to address potential crises before they threaten international stability, . interests, and human lives. government capacity to take preventive action, however, has proved an elusive goal. And the challenges to achieving it have perhaps never been greater.

Preventive Action book. Published November 20th 2009 by Council on Foreign Relations Press. Stares and Micah Zenko analyze the shortcomings of the prevention capacities within the .

Preventive Action (Council Special Report No. 48), and Preparing for Sudden Change in North Korea (Council Special Report No. 42). He has a BA from North Staffordshire Polytechnic and received both his MA and PhD from Lancaster University. More articles by 'Paul B. Stares'. Sort by. Latest Articles Earliest Articles. The authoritative, independent source for news, opinion and analysis on North Korea. Join the influential community of members who rely on NK News original news and in-depth reporting.

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Council on Foreign Relations, Council Special Report No. 48, October 2009. Preventive Action provides an actionable road map for how the . government should revamp its existing prevention architecture to make it more effective in dealing with potential crises abroad.

Paul B. Stares is the General John W. Vessey senior fellow for conflict prevention and director of the Center for . by Paul B. Vessey senior fellow for conflict prevention and director of the Center for Preventive Action at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). security policy and international relations. Preparing For Sudden Change in North Korea (Council on Foreign Relations (Council on Foreign Relations Press)).

This Council Special Report, commissioned by CFR s Center for Preventive Action and authored by Paul B. .They then provide recommendations for . Stares and Joel S. Wit, focuses on how to manage one of the central unknowns: the prospect of a change in North Korea s leadership. In particular, they urge Washington to bolster its contingency planning and capabilities in cooperation with South Korea, Japan, and others, and to build a dialogue with China that could address each side s concerns. With Kim Jong-Il s health uncertain and with a new president in the United States, this report could not be more timely.

The United States can ill afford the burden of additional foreign policy challenges. This makes it imperative that the U.S. government find ways to identify, delay, and avert international crises that could harm U.S. interests or even lead to military engagement. The Obama administration has repeatedly affirmed its support for working to prevent future international crises, but it has offered few new solutions in its first months in office.

Enhancing U.S. Preventive Action provides an actionable road map for how the U.S. government should revamp its existing prevention architecture to make it more effective in dealing with potential crises abroad. Paul B. Stares and Micah Zenko analyze the shortcomings of the prevention capacities within the U.S. government. They provide concrete recommendations for creating new interagency coordinating mechanisms within the National Security Council, improving the delivery of useful and timely early warning mechanisms to policymakers, and strengthening the unique institutional capabilities within the U.S. Agency for International Development and the State Department.

Enhancing U.S. Preventive Action: Council Special Report No. 48, October 2009 ebook
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