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    utente anonimo at |

    Grazie Silendo per questo prezioso allegato…mette i brividi l'incipit White House 3 January 2012…21th Century Defense…"after 21th Century Fox…Tutti gli uomini del Presidente"….buon anno stelle e striscie…e quell'Aquila alata in defense….


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    utente anonimo at |

    Thank you for this document…and attach this short message for you, it's "Cnn breaking news" of 1-5-2012:

    President Obama unveiled his plan for a leaner, cheaper military Thursday in a briefing at the Pentagon. He said U.S. armed forces will retain the ability to fight terrorism and confront new threats from countries such as China and Iran.

    "The tide of war is receding," Obama said in prepared remarks. "But the question that this strategy answers is what kind of military will we need after the long wars of the last decade are over. And today, we're moving forward, from a position of strength."

    The new strategy is the result of months of study at the Pentagon. It reflects a high-stakes, high-wire balancing act by Obama as he faces a more austere budget climate combined with continued high U.S. responsibilities at home and overseas.

    The plan already has run into opposition from Republicans on Capitol Hill and GOP presidential candidates, citing concern about paring back the military. In addition, conservative defense analysts say the plan steps away from the l ongtime U.S. commitment to be able to wage two major wars simultaneously.

    There is no overt mention in the Pentagon's strategy document, however, that the U.S. is stopping its policy of being ready to fight two ground wars simultaneously, but the reduced size suggests that is the case ".


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    Jackallo at |

    Il commento dell'Harvard Law School sul National Security Journal:

    "The Defense Strategic Guidance: What’s New? What is the Focus? Is it Realistic?"

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    Silendo at |

    Grazie Jack!! L'NSJ mi era sfuggito.

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    AllegraBrigata at |

    Sile, ok…. ma il tuo parere sul documento???



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