Defense Budget


The Scope of China's Military Threat

Author: Esther Pan

The Defense Department's most recent assessment of China's military power presents it as a potential military rival of the United States. But some experts say China has no intention of challenging U.S. military dominance in Asia or anywhere else, and accuse the Pentagon of hyping the China threat to justify its own military spending.

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Arming the Future

A group of policymakers, industry-watchers, and scholars, dissect the various upheavals of the 1990s, especially the rash of mergers that reduced the defense industry to a few major players.

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A Conversation with Ashton B. Carter

Speaker: Ashton Carter
Speaker: Lynn Davis

In a time of increasingly scarce resources, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) will be reevaluating spending and reprioritizing defense projects. Please join Ashton B. Carter to discuss the Obama administration’s assessment of defense resources and priorities, and DOD’s shifting relationships with Capitol Hill and the business community.

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