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Tables of Contents for Taking Charge
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
iii
The Transition 2001 Panel
iv
Transmittal Letter to the President-Elect
vii
Introduction: Setting Directions for the Global Era
1
6
First Steps: The Transition and After Inauguration
7
28
People and Process
7
7
Staffing the Administration in Foreign Policy and National Security
9
3
Forging Effective Relations with Congress
12
2
Issues for Immediate Decision
14
11
First Public Presentations
14
2
Critical Decisions
16
9
Possible Crises and Opportunities
25
10
Iraq
25
2
China and Taiwan
27
3
The Korean Opportunity
30
1
Colombia
31
4
Setting the Stage: Longer-Term Issues
35
36
Defense Issues: Sustaining a Preeminent Military
35
7
Defense Acquisition
39
2
Defense Infrastructure
41
1
America's Key Alliances
42
7
A Broader U.S.-European Strategic Partnership
42
4
Recasting U.S. Alliances in Asia
46
3
Powers in Flux
49
12
Major Powers
49
5
Regional Powers
54
7
The New Global Agenda
61
10
Fostering Global Economic Order and Prosperity
62
3
Nontraditional Threats and Opportunities
65
1
Asymmetric Warfare
66
2
Developing International Institutions
68
3
Appendix: Comments and Dissent by Transition 2001 Panel Members
71
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