The Pentagoner: The Long, Slow Death of Capabilities-based Planning

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Media Outlet: Foreign Policy

Enter capabilities based planning. It was not necessarily the wrong approach, but it allowed much room for artificial selection; we wanted to build a high-tech, “networked” military, therefore that was the kind of foe we focused on.

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Sharon E. Burke is a senior advisor at New America, where she focuses on international security and a new program, Resource Security, which examines the intersection of security, prosperity, and natural resources.