force-projection love

force-projection

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  • They have built a fairly impressive force-projection capability, over and above where they were just 10-15 years ago.

    A Military Opening

  • It includes the budget, the force-projection side of foreign policy, the energy-production crisis, relations with Capitol Hill.

    'How's Cheney?'

  • The few Republicans who do actually believe in small-government conservatism are marginalized as cranks by those who are addicted to American force-projection around the world.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Novak on GOP Woes:

  • Australia lacks Britain's force-projection capabilities; but it also lacks Britain's messy EU ties and its primitive left.

    Jacob T. Levy

  • China will have a modern military capable of force-projection and sustained high-intensity combat as early as the end of this decade, an annual Pentagon report into the state of China's armed forces has claimed.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Russia and China are nowhere near the United States in terms of force-projection capabilities.

    IntelliBriefs

  • Or go for a defence-only military with no force-projection capability, even though today you need some of this capability to effectively defend your country since the time when the enemy needed to be on top of you to drop ordnance is long gone.

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

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