What does the administration of Donald Trump portend for defense policy? Will it increase the defense budget? Will it change the size, structure and disposition of military forces? Will it cancel important acquisition programs? For now, the best answer to these questions and others surrounding defense policy is “maybe.” After all, Trump’s campaign was largely bereft of careful policy prescriptions for defense, and the transition has done little to dampen the volatility of ...

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