Clinton and Post-Cold War Defense
The experts raise many provocative questions and varying conclusions about the problems and prospects for the United States and for the post-Cold War era. Advanced undergraduate and graduate students and teachers should find that this hard-hitting analysis stimulates discussion, and military experts and policymakers should find this of real interest also.
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... 25 Percent Reduction 1.2 Clinton and Bush Administration Long - Term Department of Defense Budget Plans in Constant Dollars 1.3 Defense Investment , 1989-1999 8 9 17 19 20 23 25 2.1 Clinton Campaign Plan 2.2 Figures and Tables.
These include ( 1 ) cutting forces and budgets by about 30-40 percent over a decade ; ( 2 ) treating Russia as a plausible regional threat instead of a global superpower ; ( 3 ) introducing the idea of " environment shaping " as a major ...
Defense spending as a proportion of gross domestic product ( GDP ) has declined from about 6.2 percent in 1986 to 4.4 percent in 1994. Some projections for the end of the century estimate defense spending at 2.8 percent of GDP , a real ...
Over the next months the Bush administration developed a military strategy and a force structure , the Base Force , to implement their pursuit Table 1.1 The Base Force : 25 Percent Reduction Army 2 Clinton and Post - Cold War Defense.
Table 1.1 The Base Force : 25 Percent Reduction Army Divisions Aircraft Carriers Carrier Air Wings Battle Force Ships Tactical Fighters Strategic Bombers FY 1990 28 ( 18 active ) 13 15 ( 13 active ) 545 36 ( 24 active ) 268 FY 1995 18 ...
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