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Stephen Daggett, Defense Spending, and More from CRS

We note with sadness the death last week of Congressional Research Service analyst Stephen Daggett, who tutored generations of Members and congressional staff in the intricacies of U.S. military spending.  Although I did not know him personally, I read his work and learned from him for many years.  Our condolences to his family and his [...]
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CRS Director’s Retirement Renews Old Questions

Military / US Military : Secrecy News (4 years ago)

Daniel P. Mulhollan, director of the Congressional Research Service, told CRS staff last week that he will be retiring in April.  Mr. Mulhollan, who joined CRS in 1969, has been director of the congressional support organization for... Read Post

More Turmoil at the Congressional Research Service

Military / US Military : Secrecy News (last year)

A long-simmering dispute over the role and character of the Congressional Research Service now threatens to boil over in the form of a clash between CRS management and CRS analyst Louis Fisher. Fisher, a specialist in American gover... Read Post

Contesting the American Military “Decline”

Military / US Military : War is Boring (5 years ago)

by DAVID AXE “We are in the midst of a shift away from American military predominance towards something different,” DoD Buzz quoted Congressional Research Service analyst Stephen Daggett saying. The American-decline motif has been a... Read Post


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