Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
national security interests
The foundation for the development of valid national objectives that define US goals or purposes. National security interests include preserving US political identity, framework, and institutions; fostering economic well-being; and bolstering international order supporting the vital interests of the United States and its allies.
The numerical value of national security interests in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of national security interests in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It is in the vital national security interests of America to prevent and deter the the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons.
No one has yet articulated how tipping the balance one way or the other in this struggle between equally jihadist enemies advances core, compelling U.S. national security interests.
So we want to make sure that these reforms are not so onerous that they inhibit our participation in the international economy, but of course our national security interests come first.
[Regarding the Syria conflict], he does say that eventually Putin will come to his senses… Obama has been saying [he] understands the Russian national security interests, and Putin doesn’t.
What we have sought is congressional cooperation to remove those obstacles so we could move forward in a reasonable way consistent with our national security interests, we haven't gotten it for years.
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