Adapting to war in the 21st Century: In Conversation with LTG Robert Caslen, Jr., Superintendent, USMA at West Point
▪Why the U.S. has struggled, despite having the largest defense budget in the world, in combatting non-traditional threats from states and non-state actors with extremely limited resources.
▪How the world’s foremost military academy needs to and can adapt to deal new and ever-changing threats.
▪What it takes to fight against extremist ideologies, whether in Afghanistan, Pakistan or beyond.
<Listen to the 8 minute conversation on the Foreign Policy Association website>
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