Measuring National Power in the Postindustrial Age

Analyst's Handbook

by Ashley J. Tellis, Janice Bially, Christopher Layne, Melissa McPherson, Jerry M. Sollinger

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This handbook is designed to complement the main report (RAND/MR-1110-A). It is intended to provide the analyst the substance of the concepts and metrics for assessing national power without presenting extensive background or the analytic underpinning contained in the main document.

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