Since World War II, the Department of Defense (DoD) has been able to count on America’s defense industrial base (DIB) always being ready to design and produce the world-class weaponry…
September 18, 2013 • By Barry Watts • Briefs
June 27, 2013 • By Evan B. Montgomery • Briefs
Proposals to significantly reduce or even abolish nuclear weapons are as old as nuclear weapons themselves. Over the past several years, however, they have gained considerable momentum and moved squarely into the mainstream of policy analysis and political debate.
April 5, 2013 • By Todd Harrison • Briefs
As attention now turns to the FY 2014 budget and the Administration’s much-delayed budget request, the fundamental issues that led to uncertainty and delays in the FY 2013 budget remain unresolved.
January 9, 2013 • By Todd Harrison • Briefs
Sequestration as it applies to the Department of Defense is altered in important ways by the American Taxpayer Relief Act passed a few weeks ago
August 24, 2012 • By Todd Harrison • Briefs
For the first time since the sequestration process was triggered in late 2011, Todd Harrison offers a comprehensive account-by-account and outlays analysis of its potential impact on the DoD budget.