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IISS: Streamlined US military looks towards Asia
A look at how the USA is re-acting to Congress imposed budget cuts and a re-orientation of its forces away from
The latest Strategic Comment from the International Institute for Strategic Studies looks at how the USA is re-acting to Congress imposed budget cuts and a re-orientation of its forces away from Europe to the Asia-Pacific region, as part of a realignment as it disengages from Afghanistan and Iraq.
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