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Virtual Event | Should the US Overhaul its Defense Strategy?
Troops from the Polish 18th Mechanised Division and the 82nd Airborne Division (USA) take part in tactical and fire training on April 8, 2022 in Nowa Deba, Poland. (Getty Images)
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Virtual Event | Should the US Overhaul its Defense Strategy?

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Earlier this month, the Pentagon released its new defense strategy against the backdrop of the ongoing war in Ukraine and as China ramps up its gray-zone campaign against America’s Asian allies. The strategy indicates that the Biden administration will rely primarily on threats of economic and diplomatic punishment, coupled with strategic capabilities, to deter aggression—despite the fact that this approach failed to stop Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. As challenges to the U.S.-led international order intensify, does the United States need to overhaul its approach to defense strategy? Please join Bryan Clark, director of Hudson’s Center for Defense Concepts and Technology, for a conversation with Congressman Mike Rogers on this critical topic.


Congressman Mike Rogers

U.S. Representative, Alabama’s 3rd district, Ranking Member, House Armed Services Committee


Bryan Clark

Senior Fellow and Director, Hudson Center for Defense Concepts and Technology

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