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What is a Strategic Language?

So I’ve followed developments in federal level language resource development as well as I can over the past couple of years. According to the 2005 Defense Language Transformation Roadmap, a list of “strategic languages” is supposed to be published annually. I like looking at these lists, because they give you a good idea of the places and peoples that US intelligence policy thinks is worth their time. Each branch of the military, in addition to the Department of Defense, maintain their own list.

Arabic [1]

Chinese [2]

French

Hindi [3]

Indonesian [4]

Japanese

Korean

Pashto [5]

Persian-Afghan (Dari)

Persian-Iranian (Farsi)

Portuguese

Punjabi

Russian

Spanish

Turkish [6]

Urdu

Azerbaijani

Bengali

Cambodian

Hausa [7]

Kazakh

Kurdish

Malay

Serbo-Croatian

Swahili

Tagalog

Thai

Uighur

Uzbek

Vietnamese