elements of national power

elements of national power

All the means that are available for employment in the pursuit of national objectives.
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Today, Pakistan's outlook is of an Islamic state where all nationalities and minorities are treated equally honourably and now, Pakistan is also viewed worldwide as a progressive, modern state capable of rising to the heights with a viable, powerful youth power and with an intelligent cadre of elements of national power.
The volume of actual oil production and oil production capacity are among the elements of national power and our capabilities to recover oil implies the country's might in view of science and management, the president said.
Addressing a ceremony of certificate distribution amongst the participants of 15th national security workshop at National Defense University here on Fridaya[euro]s he said the strategic framework needs to encompass all the elements of national power both the tangible as well as intangible.
A military official said that all elements of national power would be utilised to combat and root out terrorism from the country.
An individual or a group of people can wield, in some cases, their own elements of national power," said Iadonisi.
The major reason for this is the lack of a integration of the military and civilian elements of national power.
While information power is well accepted as one of the four elements of national power, neither the term nor the concept appeared in the 2006 National Security Strategy.
The strength of our economies and our institutions and our people are also key elements of national power," Ambassador Patterson said.
Pollack argues for a broad, multilateral approach based on persistence and patience and utilizing all the elements of national power.
Marshall "embodied all the elements of national power," he said.
Multi-National Forces Iraq (MNF-I), a four-star level headquarters at war in a combat zone, is focused at the strategic level of war in which all elements of national power (political, economic, diplomatic, information, military) are applied in support of the Iraq Joint Campaign Plan.
Given the complexities of the future operating environment, the Army must look at the different ways the elements of national power (military, economics, diplomacy, and information) are employed, according to the new manual.