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Extended Deterrence in the Second Nuclear Age

May 31, 2016 • By

Ever since the early days of the Cold War, extended nuclear deterrence has been one of the most important but challenging aspects of American strategy. During the past 25 years,…

Winning The Salvo Competition: Rebalancing America’s Air And Missile Defenses

May 20, 2016 • By and

Over the last fifteen years, the Department of Defense spent more than $24 billion buying a mix of capabilities to defeat guided missile threats to U.S. and partner naval forces…

Rethinking Armageddon

March 1, 2016 • By and

The First Nuclear Age was characterized by the Cold War era bipolar international system and a corresponding bipolar nuclear competition between the United States and the Soviet Union. While a…

FY 2016 Weapon Systems Factbook

February 24, 2016 • By and

Each year, the Department of Defense (DoD) submits Selected Acquisition Reports (SARs) to Congress detailing the status, plans, and funding requirements for more than 80 major acquisition programs. The most recent…

A Vision of Future Aerial Combat

December 11, 2015 • By and

CSBA’s historical analysis of air-to-air combat, detailed in the 2015 report titled Trends in Air-to-Air Combat: Implications for Future Air Superiority by Dr. John Stillion, assessed how advances in sensor,…