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  • International

    June 2021

    BREAKING: Pentagon, Secretary Austin to Sharpen Focus on China

    Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin III will devote more of his time to ensure that the Pentagon refocuses its efforts on countering China, a senior defense official announced June 9. The secretary’s personal focus on China is one result of the DoD China Task Force, which was ordered by President Joe Biden in February.
  • Budget

    May 2021

    BUDGET 2022: Pentagon Requesting Boost in R&D Funding to Compete with China

    The Biden administration is proposing a significant increase in Defense Department research-and-development funding for future capabilities while cutting back on procurement spending for today’s systems.
  • Global Defense Market

    May 2021

    U.S. Senators Propose Trade-Pact Waivers

    By Jennifer Plitsch , Sarah Shepson and Carl Wiersum
    The recently enacted American Rescue Plan includes $1.9 trillion in economic stimulus, health care and related funding, while President Joe Biden’s American Jobs Plan proposal includes $2.3 trillion in critical infrastructure investments.
  • International

    March 2021

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: U.S., China Engaged in 'Superpower Marathon'

    The United States and China are engaged in a “superpower marathon” as Beijing makes massive investments in key technologies such as artificial intelligence, 5G and quantum communications, said the director of the Defense Innovation Unit March 23.
  • Budget

    March 2021

    Study: NATO Needs Its Own Bank

    The United States has been pushing its European allies to invest more in defense. How might it facilitate that? Help establish a new financial institution, suggested a new think tank report.
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    March 2021

    JUST IN: Mumbai Incident Spotlights China's Cyber Capabilities

    By Meredith Roaten
    Following cyberattacks targeting India’s power grid that have been widely attributed to China, a former Cyber Command leader said Beijing has been emboldened in the domain.
  • Global Defense Market

    February 2021

    Biden to Restrict ‘Buy American’ Waivers

    President Joe Biden recently issued a new “Executive Order on Ensuring the Future Is Made in All of America by All of America’s Workers.” The directive will put waivers to “Buy American” laws in government contracting under additional scrutiny, although it’s unclear how impactful it will be when fully implemented, experts say.
  • International

    February 2021

    London Calling for Military Tech Cooperation

    With extra money in its coffers for modernization, the U.K. Ministry of Defence is looking for additional opportunities to work with the United States on high-tech military capabilities.
  • Global Defense Market

    February 2021

    U.S., U.K. Navies Establish London Tech Bridge

    The United Kingdom’s Royal Navy is teaming with the U.S. Navy in a new international Tech Bridge partnership in London in hopes of accelerating the adoption of innovative ideas and technologies.
  • Global Defense Market

    February 2021

    China’s Naval Buildup Alarms Maritime Leaders

    By Dillon Springer
    Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe in December published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal expounding on the threat China poses to not just the United States, but also the world.
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