defense policy

NOUN
  1. a program for defending a country against its enemies
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How To Use defense policy In A Sentence

  • Does active military involvement in defense policymaking actually threaten civilian control?
  • Those who formulate defense policy and military strategy must learn to see beyond the immediate and the obvious.
  • China pursues a national defense policy that is defensive in nature.
  • Adding to the charm of his work, Shachtman isn't some defense policy think tank nudnick.
  • Those who formulate defense policy and military strategy must learn to see beyond the immediate and the obvious.
  • He encouraged members to increase interaction with civilians to gain their support for the nation's defense policy and military build-up plans.
  • He now sits on the powerful Defense Policy Board, a hawkish semi-official ideological body that advises the Pentagon.
  • Rush Limbaugh: On national radio show, called President Obama a "castrati", in response to Secretary of Defense Policy shift to allow press to photograph flag-draped caskets returning from Iraq Jeffrey Feldman: Tea Party Republicans
  • Which further backstops Israel's hand, not that the right-wing critics of Barack Obama, including the GOP presidential candidates, whose caricature of Obama on defense policy is so extreme that even George Will can't believe it. William Bradley: Drifting to War with Iran: Beware the Hysteria
  • On the other side are a few dozen neoconservative think tank scholars and defense policy intellectuals.
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