The second part of my Diplomat piece on 3D printing is now up; incidentally, here is the (correct) link to the first part: In short, many things will change, and many things will remain the same. Care
I have some thoughts at the Diplomat on a new RAND report about 3D printing… A recent RAND study by Trevor Smith, Troy D. Johnson, and J. Luke Irwin explored how the diffusion of 3D printing c
His Orange Majesty has decreed the existence of a sixth [sic] branch [sic] of the armed forces. It will surprise no one to find that I’m skeptical of the idea of creating an independent servic
Some thoughts on the IP aspects of our new trade war with China: But it’s worth wondering precisely how the United States is thinking about this trade war. Wars should have a point; it makes it so
Sigh. Hi, Nate. Big fan. Remember in 2016 when a bunch of people who didn’t get stats annoyed you by failing to understand your claims and called you an idiot based on their faulty interpretatio
I have a column at the Diplomat on the 355 ship navy… Motivation is a problem for peacetime naval buildups, especially in democracies. In the case of the United Stdates, while the strategic clas
This will be meaningful only to an extremely small part of the LGM community, but I’m delivering the Professional Night talk tonight for AP Comparative Government at the Salt Lake City reading.
The US is now in the business of promoting neo-fascist reactionaries in Europe: At a sit-down interview at his official residence in Berlin with Breitbart London, Ambassador Grenell said: “There are