The Pentagon: The Case for Biennial Budgeting
Robert J. Art looks as the defense Department's experience with a biennial budget. He argues that biennial budgeting will produce better defense planning and program evaluation and will lead to a significant savings in defense spending.
The Power and Limits of Compellence: A Research Note, Robert J. Art and Kelly M. Greenhill
Creating a Disaster: NATO’s Open Door Policy, Robert J. Art
Creating a Disaster: NATO's Open Door Policy, Robert J. Art
Why Western Europe Needs the United States and NATO, Robert J. Artmore by this author
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