After the Bush Doctrine: National Security Strategy for a New Administration, Panel III

GAGE invited eleven of the nation’s most prominent intellectuals to think boldly and imaginatively about America’s future role in the world, and how the Bush Doctrine’s strategy of preemption, unilateralism, and assertive democratization is suited to U.S. foreign policy going forward. This is part three of three of that discussion held at the Miller Center of Public Affairs on June 7 and 8, 2007.