Crisis Management Lessons from the Clinton Administration's Implementation of Presidential Decision Directive 56
Drawing on personal experience, the author asks what the current administration can learn from the Clinton administration’s implementation of Presidential Decision Directive 56, examines the real-world application of the directive during the Clinton administration and the pitfalls of its agency-centric successor during the Bush administration, and identifies recurring problems and best practices for successfully responding to current global crises.
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Leonard R. Hawley, "Crisis Management Lessons from the Clinton Administration's Implementation of Presidential Decision Directive 56," Parameters 51, no. 3 (2021), doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3077.
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