Budget 2020: A CR, Sequestration And Some Compromises?

By Mackenzie Eaglen

The White House defense budget for 2020 falls short of commitments made and actual requirements to meet the military’s strategy, but it begins to shift priorities and start the long process of investing in long-term competition with China and Russia. Washington still lacks the budget details for another week, but here are some initial reflections

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