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The Militarization of Space & the Path Forward for the U.S.

By on June 20, 2019
The Militarization of Space & the Path Forward for the U.S.

by DAVID A. DEPTULA

Space-based systems are now fundamental to the conduct of war, and the U.S. military cannot fight effectively without them.

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“We Can’t Fight for Freedom Alone.”

By on April 16, 2019
“We Can’t Fight for Freedom Alone.”

by DON BACON

NATO has been a force for peace in Europe and has shared the burden of war in the Middle East. America should want to strengthen this voice, not weaken it.

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We are Safer with the INF Treaty

By on April 16, 2019
We are Safer with the INF Treaty

by RICHARD LUGAR

According to the late Indiana Senator, the decision to withdraw from the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty is short-sighted and not in America’s long-term interest.

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How We Rebuilt America’s Military

By on October 23, 2018
How We Rebuilt America’s Military

by KAY GRANGER

The bipartisan budget agreement passed earlier this year has enabled us to deliver what we’ve long promised: making sure our troops have the training and equipment they need.

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THE NEW OFFENSIVE

By on September 20, 2018
THE NEW OFFENSIVE

by MIKE ROUNDS

America has played defense long enough when it comes to cybersecurity. In the face of an increasing multitude of threats, it is time to go on offense.

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Elevating Cyber Command:

By on September 20, 2018
Elevating Cyber Command:

by THOMAS SPOEHR & JAMES DI PANE

The elevation of CYBERCOM earlier this year is a move whose time has definitely come. In fact, the only possible criticism could be: “What took you so long?”

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The Magnitude of the Cyber Threat Facing America

By on September 20, 2018
The Magnitude of the Cyber Threat Facing America

by FRANK CILLUFFO

With an estimated 40 billion new devices expected to be interconnected by 2020, the American people — and the U.S. economy — are more vulnerable than ever before to a cyber attack.

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Closing the Federal Cyber Workforce Gap

By on September 20, 2018
Closing the Federal Cyber Workforce Gap

by MAX STIER

A recent OMB report highlighted the fact that Three quarters of federal agencies lack the capability “to effectively detect data exfiltration attempts and respond to cybersecurity incidents.”

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In this Edition

By on July 17, 2014 with 0 Comments
In this Edition

by LOU ZICKAR

One of the storylines in Washington this year has been the inability of Congress and the President to come together on some of the key challenges facing our nation.

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Two Visions, One Reality

By on July 17, 2014 with 0 Comments
Two Visions, One Reality

By MICHAELA DODGE

The President and Congressional Republicans have very different views about the future of America’s nuclear weapons complex. Who is right?

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