By Frank L. Smith III
organic guns have threatened U.S. nationwide safeguard on the grounds that a minimum of international struggle II. traditionally, despite the fact that, the U.S. army has ignored learn, improvement, acquisition, and doctrine for biodefense. Following September eleven and the anthrax letters of 2001, the USA all started spending billions of greenbacks in keeping with 12 months on clinical countermeasures and organic detection structures. yet so much of this investment now comes from the dept of future health and Human prone instead of the dept of safety. Why has the U.S. army overlooked biodefense and allowed civilian agencies to take the lead in protecting the rustic opposed to organic assaults? In American Biodefense, Frank L. Smith III addresses this confusing and mostly untold tale approximately technological know-how, know-how, and nationwide security.
Smith argues that organizational frames and stereotypes have prompted either army forget and the increase of civilian biodefense. within the armed providers, influential rules approximately kinetic conflict have undermined security opposed to organic conflict. The impression of those principles on technological know-how and expertise demanding situations the traditional knowledge that nationwide defense coverage is pushed by means of threats or bureaucratic pursuits. Given the information at paintings contained in the U.S. army, Smith explains how the teachings discovered from biodefense might help resolve different very important difficulties that diversity from radiation guns to cyber attacks.
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American Biodefense: How Dangerous Ideas about Biological Weapons Shape National Security (Cornell Studies in Security Affairs) by Frank L. Smith III