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CSBA’s “Winning The Salvo Competition: Rebalancing America’s Air and Missile Defense” Part I

May 24, 2016 • By Analysis

Editor David Craig sits down with Mark Gunzinger and Bryan Clark, Senior Fellows at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, to discuss CSBA’s new report ‘Winning The Salvo Competition:…

The Military and the Academy: Overcoming the Divide

May 18, 2016 • By Analysis

Christopher Sims’ “Academics in Foxholes: The Life and Death of the Human Terrain System” contributes to the ongoing debate about the U.S. military’s performance in Iraq and Afghanistan and, more…

America Needs an Air and Missile Defense Revolution

May 17, 2016 • By and Analysis

Over the last 15 years, the Department of Defense spent more than $24 billion to procure a mix of surface-to-air interceptors that lacks the capacity to defeat large salvos of…

The South China Sea Long Game

March 30, 2016 • By Analysis

RealClearDefense By Andrew F. Krepinevich 30 March 2016 The great Chinese strategist Sun Tzu, counseled, “Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.” At its core, this means…

Thornberry’s ‘Bold’ Bill May Speed, Improve Buying Weapons

March 16, 2016 • By Analysis

Breaking Defense By Katherine Blakeley March 15, 2016 Rep. Mac Thornberry’s proposed acquisition reform bill is a bold and innovative attempt to solve two major problems with how the Department…