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Congress has a crucial role to play in ensuring that America's best interests are met over the next ten years in Afghanistan.
Long before the threat of sequestration and additional spending cuts are realized, the Navy started to feel the squeeze of budget cuts.
There is no hard template for when the United S. should intervene in a conflict abroad.
Hagel would merely view the conventional wisdom in Washington with well-deserved skepticism
The defense budget is a great place to start in addressing future deficits and make responsible decisions about reducing wasteful government spending.
The last minute fiscal cliff deal did not do defense spending any favors by pushing off sequestration for two months.
The president and his subordinates acting alone are likely to produce worse security policies than two branches that have to debate and compromise.
Defense Department's second-in-command instructs leadership to prepare for Congress' financial inaction.
Tthe United States must retain enough force in Afghanistan to allow the country to conduct a counter-terrorist campaign against remaining extremist and militant groups.
New threats and priorities will yield a military financial plan unlike any in recent decades.