U.S. Defense Policy
Secretary of the Department of Defense Dick Cheney, who was secretary of defense during the country’s most recent war, addressed an… read more
Secretary of the Department of Defense Dick Cheney, who was secretary of defense during the country’s most recent war, addressed an audience at the National Press Club on “National Security Issues in a Post-Communist World.” Secretary Cheney discussed issues related to the current business of the Department of Defense, including budget issues, the realignment of the U.S. military forces, and the role the United States should play in the world after the Cold War. Secretary Cheney responded to questions from members of the audience following his prepared remarks. close
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