Principal research scientist, Center for International Studies
areas of expertise: command and control of military forces, conventional air and ground forces, nuclear weapons, u.s. and european military personnel policies; u.s. defense budget; the volunteer military vs. the draft
Cindy Williams is a principal research scientist in the MIT Security Studies Program.
She has written extensively about the U.S. defense budget and U.S. and European military personnel policies, and has argued against a reinstatement of the draft. She is a former Assistant Director of the Congressional Budget Office (National Security Division).
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