This study seeks to identify the opportunities to deepen security cooperation between the India and the U.S. while ensuring continued effort to reduce the obstacles and impediments in each system to work with the other.
As the U.S and NATO allies expand in the east in response to increase Russian aggression it is increasingly important to engage in dialogues with the Baltic States and Poland to understand their perceptions of regional security. This report presents key findings from a Track 2 dialogue in 2016 with representatives from the Baltic States, Poland, and the U.S.
This report provides an assessment of current and future U.S. amphibious capabilities and those of a select group of allies and partners. It further explores options to allow U.S. amphibious forces to leverage partner and allied capabilities for combined operations without sacrificing warfighting capabilities.
This inaugural report in the Defense Outlook Series looks back at what happened in 2015, specifically with respect to strategy and the security environment, the debate in Congress over the defense budget and force structure, and changes in the acquisition system, and looks ahead to what these developments may mean in 2016 and beyond.
This report details the plans for major acquisition programs over the next fifteen years and explores the complicating factors that may make the situation more problematic for policymakers. It analyzes a range of options to mitigate the bow wave, including increasing the budget, cutting additional force structure, and making trades among major acquisition programs.