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Author Renuart, Victor, author.

Title U.S.-Mexico homeland defense [electronic resource] : a compatible interface / by Victor E. Renuart, Jr., and Biff Baker.

Publication Info. Washington, DC : Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, 2010.
Ft. Belvoir : Defense Technical Information Center, 2010

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 Axe Federal Documents Online  D 5.417:254    ---  Available
Description 1 online resource (6 pages) : illustration.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Strategic forum ; no. 254
Strategic forum ; no. 254.
Note "February 2010."
Title from title screen (viewed July 20, 2015).
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 6).
Summary This paper responds to a previous Strategic Forum (no. 243, July 2009) entitled U.S.-Mexico Defense Relations: An Incompatible Interface by Craig Deare. Some of the assertions and conclusions within Dr. Deare's paper were flawed due to an outdated U.S.-Mexico paradigm that preceded the 9/11 attacks and recent counterdrug operations in Mexico. If his work had been published prior to the establishment of U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM), would have been well received, but times have changed. Because of our collective experiences over the past 6 years, we find implausible the notion that USNORTHCOM is not staffed or experienced enough to support Mexico's security cooperation needs. Hence, U.S.-Mexico Homeland Defense: A Compatible Interface is intended to set the record straight by pointing out the numerous areas of cooperation between Mexico and the United States since the establishment of USNORTHCOM. The term compatible interface in the title of this paper refers to the fact that the United States and Mexico have complementary areas of concern in each of our four instruments of national power: diplomatic, information, military, and economic. A firm understanding of where we were, and where we are, in these elements of power gives the reader a better picture of the strong relationship between Mexico and the United States.
Subject United States. Northern Command.
United States. Southern Command.
Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America.
Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. (OCoLC)fst01689841
United States. Northern Command. (OCoLC)fst00789240
United States. Southern Command. (OCoLC)fst00723439
Mexico -- Relations -- United States.
United States -- Relations -- Mexico.
National security -- United States.
National security -- Mexico.
Government and political science.
Civil defense.
Homeland defense.
Mexico.
United states.
International relations.
Diplomacy.
Cooperation.
Economics.
Political science.
Policies.
Military operations.
Power.
International relations. (OCoLC)fst00977053
National security. (OCoLC)fst01033711
Mexico. (OCoLC)fst01211700
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155
Added Author Baker, Biff, author.
National Defense University. Institute for National Strategic Studies, issuing body.
Added Title United States-Mexico homeland defense
Compatible interface
Other Form: Print version: Renuart, Victor. U.S.-Mexico homeland defense (OCoLC)649831326
Standard No. DTICE ADA515434
Gpo Item No. 0378-H-12 (online)
Sudoc No. D 5.417:254

 
    
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