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Defense and National Security Group
The Defense and National Security Group provides analysis for U.S. policymakers by focusing on the institutions, processes, strategy, and policies that keep the Unites States safe.
The Defense and National Security Group provides bipartisan analysis and solutions for policymakers and practitioners charged with the country’s most essential responsibilities. We focus on the institutions, processes, and policies that keep America safe, strong, and respected as a global leader.
"Track 2" participants from the United States, United Kingdom, and France seek to help build trilateral consensus on nuclear issues.
The Affordable Military Working Group is designed to provide a set of recommendations on what decisions DoD should make as it implements a deep defense drawdown.
Supporting a robust and candid public debate on the role and structure of the U.S. military during a responsible defense drawdown.
The New Ways project is a study undertaken to explore using U.S. military power in new or innovative efficient ways to achieve high-priority strategic ends derived from the 2012 Defense Strategic Guidance.
"Track 2" participants from the United States, Japan, and the Republic of Korea seek to help build trilateral consensus on nuclear issues
A major study over a four-year period, the BG-N project makes recommendations for adapting the U.S. national security structure to meet the challenges of a new strategic era.
Preparing for future defense drawdowns.
The purpose of this report is to identify the characteristics of the U.S. nuclear force posture that support extended deterrence and analyze how changes (both positive and negative) in the force posture affect the credibility of U.S. assurance, paying particular attention to the competing needs and interests of U.S. allies.
This project is a comprehensive study of the changed and changing role of America's National Guard and Reserve Forces.
The purpose of this report is to inform the next administration’s decisionmaking on U.S. nuclear strategy, policy, posture, and related proliferation and arms control issues.
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Defense NewsBy Clark Murdock and Thomas KarakoJul 13, 2015
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