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A Strategy-Budget Mismatch? – War on the Rocks

Melanie, Chris and Zack discuss the National Defense Strategy – at least the unclassified details that are currently available. Does the stated strategy match the budget? What, if anything, seems new and different about the Biden team’s approach? And what does it mean that strategy documents are being rewritten but budget decisions have already been made? Chris laments student loan forgiveness. Melanie thanks some deceased leaders. And Zack congratulates academics entering government service.

Episode Reading:

  • Fact Sheet: National Defense Strategy 2022.
  • “Defense Budget Overview”, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer, March 2022.
  • “FY 2023 President’s Budget Highlights,” US Army, April 2022.
  • “Department of the Navy FY 2023 President’s Budget”, US Navy.
  • Report to Congress on the Annual Long-Range Plan for Construction of Naval Vessels for Fiscal Year 2023, Office of the Secretary of the Navy, April 2022.
  • Department of the Air Force FY 2023 Budget Overview, US Air Force and Space Force.
  • “Joint Concept for Integrated Campaigns,” Joint Staff, March 16, 2018
  • Giulia Heyward, “Texas National Guard Announces Name of Task Force Soldier” New York TimesApril 24, 2022.
  • Katrin Bennhold, “The former chancellor who became Putin’s man in Germany” New York TimesApril 23, 2022.
  • Mara Karlin and Christopher Skaluba, “Strategic Guidance for Countering the Proliferation of Strategic Guidance”, War on the RocksJuly 20, 2017.
  • Warren urges Biden to cancel student loan debt ahead of midterms (msn.com)

Image: Air Force Staff Sgt. Brittany Chase, Department of Defense

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