U.S. Defense Cuts Spur Talk Of ‘Arsenal’ Model

In Washington, it is now widely accepted that cuts to U.S. security spending will go well beyond the $330 billion, 10-year haircut approved by Congress early this month. If bitterly divided lawmakers cannot agree this year on a way to cut another $1.5 trillion from the U.S. budget deficit, the...

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