Hot Doc: U.S. National Strategy Documents
Have you ever thought it would take someone waving a magic wand to make strategic documents easily accessible to you? Maybe you hadn’t thought of it, but now that you are thinking about it, where would you start to find this kind of information? How about MERLN? MERLN is the Military Education Research Library Network, and the MERLN Digital Library provided by the National Defense University Library (NDUL) is a portal to unique military collections that have been digitized by MERLN participants. It contains student papers, lectures, conference proceedings, personal paper collections, reports and legislation. These collections are a significant source for research and scholarship on military topics.
The NDUL is pleased to announce the release of its U.S. National Strategy Documents collection https://digitalndulibrary.ndu.edu/cdm4/search_strategy.php <https://digitalndulibrary.ndu.edu/cdm4/search_strategy.php> ), a comprehensive collection of official U.S. Government strategy documents.
The latest collection includes National Security Strategies dating from the Reagan Administration to the present day, Military and Defense Strategies, Quadrennial Defense Review reports, and strategies focusing on terrorism, homeland security, cyber security, and weapons of mass destruction. All these strategy documents are brought together in one location, enhanced by a full-text search feature to facilitate in-depth research.
They have other interesting archives on MERLN as well. Take a look! Also, ask the Documents Librarian what other interesting government documents we have on topics of interest!
Your friendly Government Documents Librarian,