Definition of strategic concept

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strategic concept

'strategic concept' is an military term. It means '(DOD) The course of action accepted as the result of the estimate of the strategic situation. It is a statement of what is to be done in broad terms sufficiently flexible to permit its use in framing the military, diplomatic, economic, informational, and other measures which stem from it'.

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