About the U.S. Security Intelligence Council
The U.S. Security Intelligence Council (USSIC) was formed in 2013. The organization will focus on a wide range of educational programs which address critical challenges to U.S. national security and the global economy.
National Security Strategy
President Reagan spoke of its significance by saying: “One thing is certain. If we’re to continue to advance world peace and human freedom, America must remain strong. If we have learned anything these last eight years, it’s that peace through strength works.” The USSIC will work tirelessly to have the United States government publish an official National Security Strategy of the United States. This was first implemented by President Reagan in 1985, and all of his successors have been legally required to produce a similar document. The most recent was unveiled at West Point by President Bush on June 6, 2002, and it is referred to by the news media as the “unilateral” or “preemption” strategy.
While strategy development has always been one of our major tactics, the mission of the U.S. Security Intelligence Council is to promote the necessity of maintaining military, economic and diplomatic strength.