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Advice to the new administration: UM foreign and domestic policy guide

scover the effectiveness of multilateralism and show key allies, especially in Europe and Asia, that we are serious about consultation and cooperation.

I.M. "Mac" Destler and Ivo Daalder. Destler is the Saul I. Stern Professor and director of the School of Public Policy's Program on International Security and Economic Policy. Daalder is a professor of public policy at the school and a senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution.

"No individual, save the president, will be more important to the success or failure of the next administration's foreign policy than the next assistant to the president for national security affairs."

Destler and Daalder argue that the job of president's national security adviser is vital because she or he sits at the "crossroads of power." The say that a successful national security advisor will follow the "Scowcroft Formula" the approach used by George H.W. Bush's adviser, Brent Scowcroft.

  • Quickly establish a trusting relationship with the president's other advisers and cabinet members, meeting regularly with them, scrupulously reporting their views fully and faithfully to the president, and not intruding on their jobs.
  • Build interagency cooperative policy making in the government.
  • Get close to the president.

Jacques S. Gansler, former undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, is a professor and holds the Roger C. Lipitz Chair in Public Policy and Private Enterprise in the School of Public Policy.

"The security world has changed dramaticallyPerhaps the most obvious is the change from the bipolar, relative stability of the Cold War to the extreme unpredictability of worldwide security conditions today (requiring agility, rapid responsiveness and broad-based capability). In addition, it is clear that future security

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