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  • Commentary posted January 28, 2016 by James Sherk Why West Virginia Is Likely to Become the 26th Right-To-Work State

    West Virginia seems almost certain to soon become American’s 26th right-to-work state. Republicans took control of both houses of the West Virginia legislature in 2014. State legislative leaders have made passing right-to-work this year a top priority. It only takes a simple majority to override a veto in West Virginia, so final passage seems assured. The state senate…

  • Lecture posted September 23, 2010 by Keith B. Payne, Ph.D. New START, U.S. Strategy, and How Much Is Enough?

    Abstract: Force numbers and diversity matter because flexibility and resilience are key to the credibility of U.S. forces for deterrence and assurance. This was true in the past and is even more so now. New START’s limits, includ­ing on some U.S. conventional options, will require U.S. force reductions and constrain U.S. strategic force flexibility and diversity. The most…

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