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DoD can learn from Great Britain
Monday - 9/20/2010, 5:58pm EDT
Are we entering the age of Austerity? That's the argument made by Tim Stevens. He is an associate of the Center for Science and Security Studies for Kings College in London.
We've been telling you about Defense Secretary Robert Gates proposals for shifting more than $100 billion around in the hopes of avoiding larger cuts.
There could be lessons learned from Great Britain, where there is the possibility of significant cuts coming -- even for the military and cyber security.
Stevens joined Chris Dorobek on The Dorobek Insider and he said Britain is looking at a transition in government right now, and some very austere budgets. To hear this conversation, click the link above.
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