Center for Security Policy

Center for Security Policy
(1988; Washington; 10 staff;

Is a non-partisan national security organization that specializes in identifying policies, actions, and resource needs that are vital to American security and then bringing them to the attention of the appropriate authorities and policy-makers. Its “Peace through Strength” philosophy stems from its belief that America’s national power must be preserved and properly used since it holds an instrumental global role in maintaining peace and stability.


Leadership: Fred Fleitz (President & CEO)
Budget: ~ $ 5m

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