Even as U.S.-Russian tensions have risen, fundamental shifts in the military-technological environment threaten to erode strategic stability between the two nations.
Too often the United States has sold or transferred weapons to Arab friends and allies with little regard to their military utility and the recipients’ capacity to use them.
But the notion that Congress should reject any cuts is simply not realistic.
America must break free from the chains of status quo failure and adopt strategies that can succeed.
Was the 2016 election a bump in the road, or a sign of what’s to come?
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