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The U.S. Military Has a Plan to Make Sure Russia and China Can't Win a Great Power War

Jacob Heilbrunn Security, Beijing and Moscow are trying to close the gap. The Third Offset is the plan to make sure it never happens.  America’s military-technological advantage, an aspect of its strategic power since the end of the Cold War, is eroding. In response, the Pentagon launched the third offset strategy in 2014—a department-wide effort to find new ways, both technological and institutional, to leap ahead of its competitors.
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