PDA has updated its online Security Policy Libraries, adding 900
listings and links to full-text articles on terrorism and homeland
security, US defense strategy, military transformation, and the
Chinese military. The libraries now list, categorize and link to more
than ten thousand full-text documents and articles. We have also
completed maintenance on links, correcting any that have been broken
since our last update.
You can access these security policy libraries via the PDA home page at:
We've also just posted a resource compilation on US Neoliberal and
Neoconservative Security Policy: Views, Criticism, and Alternatives.
The page includes over 150 articles organized by the following index:
Neocon & Neoliberal Views; Critical Perspectives; Strategic Options;
Against Empire; Alternative Approaches;Role of Force in U.S.
Policy; Defense Policy; Critical Overviews; Defense Budget;
Interrogating the War on Terrorism; Official Documents; and an
addendum on Oil & Geostrategy.
This resource compilation is also available at our home page (right
column) or directly at:
Finally, given the interest in General Petraeus' recent report to
congress regarding Iraq, we've collected relevant background reports
and articles here:
These resources are meant to facilitate the work of journalists,
academics, students, policy analysts and members of the interested
public. Please pass the access information along to others and a
link to one or more of our resources is always much appreciated.