and responsibilities among agencies, something NSPG tackles directly.
of a Quadrennial National Security Review and NSPG, see Clark A.
guidance--national security planning guidance (NSPG)--that would serve
roadmap argued in support of the NSPG
proposal that if the U.S.
The NSPG became simply another NSC-style formal committee and the confidence structure was eliminated.
As Reagan's vice president, he was unusually powerful, holding roles as the permanent chair of the Special Situations Group, the Reagan crisis management committee, as well as serving as ad hoc chair of the NSC and National Security Planning Group (NSPG) on many occasions.
(4.) The difference in the actual functioning of the NSPG in relation to the NSC and the SIGs is unclear.
William Casey and the NSPG over time concluded, based on all this information (and not writing off anecdotal material as many "experts" did), that the Soviet economy was about one-sixth of the U.S.
In late November 1982, Henry Rowen presented to a NSPG meeting his assessment of Soviet economic vulnerabilities.
would yield both NSPG and unclassified national security strategy; and
the 2006 QDR echoed the call for the use of NSPG. (56) Congress took one