elements of national power


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elements of national power

All the means that are available for employment in the pursuit of national objectives.
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The modern-day warfare involves application of all elements of national power (EoNP), something that morphs into a kind of hybrid contestation between the states and non-state actors.
The main focus of the course was to enable its members to comprehend the interplay of all elements of national power in contrast of a comprehensive national security.
It declares, 'Our task is to ensure that American military superiority endures, and, in combination with other elements of national power, is ready to protect Americans against sophisticated challenges to national security'.
The United States, he argues, must broaden the currently fashionable concept of antiaccess/area-denial (A2/AD) beyond the military operational level to encompass other elements of national power, as well as to take into greater account the potential role of actions or events extrinsic to the theater in question.
The Global Coalition will continue to draw on all elements of national power - military, intelligence, diplomacy, economic, law enforcement, and the strength of our communities," Tillerson asserted.
The president's top foreign policy adviser must be able to coordinate all elements of national power to that end, and he must get results.
Expressing full satisfaction on the army's commitment to national defence and security, he directed that efforts must continue, in concert with other elements of national power to defeat terrorism/ militancy in order to establish Rule of Law and uphold supremacy of constitution.
In the early 1960s, the Swiss Federal Council postulated a shift from the concept of National Defense to Total Defense, which incorporated the diplomatic, informational, economic, and social elements of national power into a traditionally military domain.
Speaking on the occasion, the President said that any nation draws it strength from all elements of National Power, and the capabilities of its Armed Forces are a major source of National power.
In truth, not every problem actually requires all elements of national power.
military parlance, this approach combining elements of national power is called the DIME (Diplomacy, Information, Military, and Economics) paradigm.
We forget the other elements of national power will be integrated into the objective at the highest levels of government.