Dr. David H. McIntyre has been writing, teaching, and presenting on National Security and Homeland Security issues for 30 years. He has taught for 20 semesters at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. Before that he was Deputy Director of the ANSER Institute for Homeland Security in Washington, DC (the first think tank focused on HS). Colonel McIntyre (USA, Retired) began those duties after a 30 year career in the United States Army, where he served in airborne and armored cavalry units, wrote and taught strategy and retired as the Dean of Faculty and Academics at the National War College.
Part I: The Concept of National Security
1.What is a Nation?
2.What is Security?
3.What is National Security?
4.National Security Begins with Academics, Inquiry and Theory
5.Conflicting Ways to Think About Security
6.Conflicting Beliefs about Security (the Nature of Man)
Part II: The Emergence of National Security Strategy
7.From Thought and Belief to Security Theory and Practice
8.What is Strategy?
9.What is a National Security Strategy?
10.What is THE US National Security Strategy?
Part III: The Emergence of Homeland Security
11.What is Homeland Security and Why Does It Exist?
12.Building a Systemic Solution for a New Domestic Defense
13.Systemic Challenge #1: Tensions
14.Systemic Challenge #2: Perspectives
15.Systemic Challenge #3: Theories (or lack thereof)
Part IV: Imperfect Intersection
16.How to Think About Homeland Security: Go Ask Your MOMs