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War hawks mourn 'underfunded' US military that could 'lose next war' against Russia or China

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The US military “could suffer unacceptably high casualties and loss of major capital assets in its next conflict” and might lose or “struggle to win” a war against China or Russia, says the 116-page document, produced by the National Defense Strategy Commission and published this week, concluding that “US military superiority is no longer assured” and that this has “severe” implications for US interests and security.

The problem is not how much money is spent on military applications, but how it is spent and the U.S. has as much money unaccounted for in its military expenditures as Russia and China actually spend. It's time to be more accountable rather than asking for more.

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