Defence policy is not the product of rational decision-making

A fascinating fact about defence budgets is that no matter what the changes in the strategic situation the proportion of the budget assigned to each of the three armed services hardly changes at all – proof, if any were needed, that defence policy is the product not of rational decision-making but of bureaucratic processes.

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