Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments

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1983, Wash; innovative thinking on security

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(CSBA; 1983, Washington; www.csbaonline.org).

Mission: promote innovative thinking and debate about national security strategy, defense planning and military investment options for the 21st century, enabling policymakers to make informed decisions in matters of strategy, security policy and resource allocation. Five program areas: Strategy and Policy, Future Warfare and Concepts (e.g., cyber-warfare), Forces and Capabilities, Budget and Resources, and Nuclear Strategy and Forces (e.g. “Rethinking the Road to Zero,” 2013). Publishes studies, briefs and Congressional Hearings Witness remarks. President: Andrew Krepinevich (author: Seven Deadly Scenarios; Bantam, 2009); 15 professional staff.

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