Is the US Army Near a Breaking Point?
By Franz-Stefan Gady
US Surrenders Naval Logistics Supremacy
By James R. Holmes
The Crisis of Confidence in US Hegemony
By Chen Jimin
US Nixes Plan to Reduce Carrier Force
By Zachary Keck
America’s Military at a Crossroads
By Harry Kazianis
The US Army Declares Itself Nearly Impotent
In increasingly dire warnings, Army leaders are suggesting that budget cuts may render it unable to fight wars.
Can Prompt Global Strike Survive Sequestration?
The Virginia Payload Module is the latest part of the Prompt Global Strike program to see its funding slashed.
US Conducts “Sweeping Overhaul” of Pacific War Plans
Plus, the Pentagon won’t terminate the F-35 program, but it may mothball 3 aircraft carriers. Friday defense links.
Western Defense Companies Face Grim Future
According to a new report, worldwide defense spending declined in 2012 and the outlook for Western companies is bleak.
A Nuclear Pivot to Asia?
If America’s conventional superiority in Asia declines, then the relative importance of its nuclear edge will rise.
The Consequences of Sequestration
The stinging cuts of sequestration will have a tremendous impact on America’s capacity to protect the world’s maritime commons — with devastating consequences.
Sequestration's Impact on America's Military
Sequestration is looming. What impact will it have on America’s forces in the Pacific?