The five main factors considered when the book was published in 2004 were
- The world power situation (W) - The Bi-polar world shifting to Current Unipolar and possible multi-polar world
- The Commercial situation (C) - Network of smaller companies and large MNCs - the interplay
- The Technological factors (T) - Multiple new technologies enabling collaboration, mass transport etc
- The international environmental factors (E)- The Socio cultural factors (S)
In the book National Security: Imperatives and Challenges (the link on google books here) The doctrine model initially described in my paper in 1998 called "future of warfare - a search for military doctrine" has been referred and developed further.
I have added the cyber doctrine dimension recently to the National Security doctrine as given in my post HERE
I think combining the AHP framework for factors affecting national security and the military doctrines framework together can give comprehensive insights for creating a more robust national security system.