Seminar in Defense Restructuring, Course Overview
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Background. This course will introduce participants to the concepts and principles of restructuring a defense establishment. All governments must learn to make better decisions regarding the size and shape of their military forces and supporting structures. This is not a course about the United States; it is about the challenges all democracies, old and new, confront in their efforts to restructure.
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