Professor, School of International Service
"The Militarization of US Foreign Policy"
Professor Adams will discuss the history of the defense budget, its fiscal escape hatches, the roles we have handed to defense over time and the consequences for us.
Dr. Gordon Adams, a professor of U.S. Foreign Policy, has published widely on defense and national security policy, the defense policy process, and national security budgets. He is extensively used by the nation’s media for comment on U.S. national security policy. Between February 1993 and December 1997 Dr Adams was the senior White House official for national security and foreign policy budgets, as Associate Director for National Security and International Affairs at the Office of Management and Budget. Prior to that he founded the Defense Budget Project.
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