Norman A. Bailey

The Grand Strategy that Won the Cold War: Architecture of Triumph

Publication Date: January 14, 2016

This book demonstrates that under the leadership of President Ronald Reagan and through the mechanism of his National Security Council staff, the United States developed and executed a comprehensive grand strategy, involving the coordinated use of the diplomatic, informational, military, and economic instruments of national power, and that that grand strategy led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.   {read more}

Malign Neglect

Misguided U.S. Foreign Policy in Latin America

Publication Date: January 2011

The Menges Hemispheric Security Project of the Center for Security Policy Presents the Proceedings of the Second Annual Capitol Hill National Security Briefing on Latin America, focused on current challenges to democracy, human rights and regional stability in the context of threats to U.S. national security.   {read more}

The Strategic Plan that Won the Cold War

National Security Decision Directive 75

Publication Date: 1999

The most authoritative report yet published about President Reagan's strategy to accelerate the demise of the Soviet Union, this monograph focuses on National Security Decision Directive 75, prepared in early 1983, to run economic warfare against the USSR. The author served as senior director of national security planning and international economic affairs on the National Security Council, and special assistant to the president for national security affairs.  {read more}

The Mexican Time Bomb

Publication Date: Sunday, February 1, 1987

Operational Conflict Analysis

Publication Date: Monday, January 1, 1973

Portuguese Africa

Publication Date: Wednesday, January 1, 1969

Latin America in World Politics

Publication Date: Sunday, January 1, 1967

Latin America: Politics, Economics and Hemispheric Security

Publication Date: Friday, January 1, 1965