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by Richard Fisher, Jr.
Published on November 25th, 2012

While the political and military Pivot by the Obama Administration has generally received a bi-partisan welcome in Washington, one regular criticism is that the new strategy may not realize its full potential due to underfunding, despite Administration promises that defense spending cuts will not affect the U.S. posture in Asia.

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