Daniel W. Drezner

Searching the 2010 National Security Strategy

I’ll have a longer reaction to the 2010 National Security Strategy once I’ve, you know, actually read it.  Of course, me needing to read it will not stop commenters from commenting.  So fire away.  Through the magic of the search function, here’s a short list of what’s hot and what’s not in the NSS:  Here ...

I’ll have a longer reaction to the 2010 National Security Strategy once I’ve, you know, actually read it.  Of course, me needing to read it will not stop commenters from commenting.  So fire away. 

Through the magic of the search function, here’s a short list of what’s hot and what’s not in the NSS:  Here are the number of mentions for the following words: 

Russia:  12

China:  9

Europe:  7

Japan:  2

Brazil:  3

India:  7 

Africa:  12

Israel:  9

Palestine:  1

Al Qa’ida:  21

North Korea:  3

Iran:  9

Iraq:  19

 Afghanistan:  16

Pakistan:  11

nonproliferation: 13

terrorism:  14

pandemic:  7

volcano:  0

cyber:  11

Doha round:  1

zombies:  0

 

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and the author of Theories of International Politics and Zombies. His latest book is The Toddler in Chief. Twitter: @dandrezner

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