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- Added May 01, 1994
- National Interest: From Abstraction to Strategy. Authored by Dr. Michael G. Roskin.
- The "national interest" is a composite declaration derived from those values that a nation prizes most-liberty, freedom, and security. Interests are usually expressed in terms of physical survival, economic prosperity, and political sovereignty. As an object of political debate, the concept of national interest serves to propose, justify, or denounce policies.