CSIS’ ‘Trump’s 2019 Missile Defense Budget: Choosing Capacity over Capability’


READ THE REPORT — In “Trump’s 2019 Missile Defense Budget: Choosing Capacity over Capability,” a February 28, 2018, installment of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ CSIS Briefs series, Tom Karako, PhD, director of CSIS’ Missile Defense Project and a senior fellow in its International Security Program, and Wes Rumbaugh, an research assistant with the ISP, analyze the missile-defense side of the Trump administration’s FY19 budget request, identify its priorities and shortfalls, lend historical context and deem the proposed budget “inadequate” to combat “the threat for both ballistic and nonballistic missile attack.” Learn more about the report here.

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