Beyond Micromanagement: Congressional Budgeting for a Post-Cold War Military
Paul Stockton shows how the end of the cold war has changed the process of defense budgeting in Congress. He argues that in response to the breakup of the Soviet Union, legislators are using new mechanisms to build coalitions and shape military spending, with broader implications for congressional behavior and the future of the U.S. defense posture.
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North Korea and the West
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