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December 1, 2020

How the U.S. Military Can Compete with Russia and China's New Weapons

The U.S. military is in desperate need of more effective acquisition reform.
by Kris Osborn

The pace at which China is adding carriers, destroyers and amphibious ships is staggering, the Russians reportedly already operate hypersonic missiles and possibly even satellite-launched missiles and both Iran and North Korea seek advanced nuclear weapons such as intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) and tactical nuclear-armed rockets.

China is already working on a second and third indigenous carrier and plans to double its fleet of destroyers within just the next five years. Russia and China have both made fast progress modernizing their respective nuclear arsenals.

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/how-us-military-can-compete-russia-and-chinas-new-weapons-173572
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