National Defense

How the U.S. Can Deter Chinese Aggression into the Next Decade

By on February 23, 2022
How the U.S. Can Deter Chinese Aggression into the Next Decade

by BARRY PAVEL & CHRISTIAN TROTTI

There is an ongoing revolution in military affairs, and if China is the first to redefine the way that great powers fight and deter wars, there could be perilous geopolitical implications.

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EXIT INTERVIEW

By on September 23, 2020
EXIT INTERVIEW

From the Republican Revolution of 1994 to the global pandemic of 2020, the Texas Republican 26 and retiring lawmaker reflects on some of the
more notable developments over his 26 year congressional career.

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A Key to Victory for Republicans this Fall

By on October 21, 2015 with 0 Comments
A Key to Victory for Republicans this Fall

by TOM FEENEY

We must adhere to the principles on which our base was built.

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The Scope of the Challenge

By on July 17, 2014 with 0 Comments
The Scope of the Challenge

By WILLIAM GREENWALT

With the House Armed Services Committee launching an effort to fix the Pentagon’s broken acquisition system, a look at the importance of the effort and the obstacles blocking reform.

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Hollow Arguments on Military Entitlements

By on July 17, 2014 with 0 Comments
Hollow Arguments on Military Entitlements

By ALAN SIMPSON

The former Senator from Wyoming argues that it’s not just the Pentagon’s acquisition system that needs reform – the military entitlement system needs fixed, as well.

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