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What Russian Bounties Story Says About National Security Process Of Trump Administration – Analysis

Eurasia Review Monday, 13 July 2020
By George W. Croner*

(FPRI) -- With its passage of the National Security Act of 1947, Congress created the National Security Council (NSC) as part of its reorganization of the federal government’s national security apparatus following World War II. The primary role of the NSC is to advise the president regarding the...
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