The United States Air Force's Center for Strategy and Technology was established at
the Air War College in 1996. Its purpose is to engage in long-term strategic thinking
about technology and its implications for United States national security. The Center
(CSAT) focuses on education, research, and publications that support the integration
of technology into national strategy and policy. This document is one of these
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MARK R. SHULMAN is Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs and International Affiliations at the Pace University School of Law. Until 2003, he practiced corporate law at the international law firm of Debevoise & Plimpton. Immediately prior to joining Pace, he directed the Worldwide Security Program at the EastWest Institute. He has taught history at Yale University, Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs and the Air War College.
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