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Wednesday Links

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On May 2, 2018
For your reading pleasure… The Indian-Russian agreement over the Su-57 appears to be dead.   The dueling technical lessons from the US-UK-France strike on Syria… A Left case for NATO (or at least for alliances. SIPRI’s latest on global military expenditures. Nothing whatsoever to see here, just Ukraine deciding which side its bread is buttered on… […]

Updates!

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On May 2, 2018

A few mild updates… 1. Advertising Look for a few changes in the ads you see.  In particular, we’ll be moving one of the right sidebar ads to a dread below post ad.  One of the reasons t

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Russia’s Carrier Programs

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On April 26, 2018
The latest in my series about world-wide aircraft carrier programs is up at the National Interest: That said, the Kremlin seems to view aircraft carriers as an important contributor to national prestige. The Russian navy took great pains to get Kuznetsov into position to support operations in Syria, and despite the embarrassment associated with that, has now pushed […]

Ever More IP

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On April 21, 2018

Yet more at the Diplomat on the US, China, and IP law… In short, there is very little that is cultural about either the U.S. or the Chinese approaches to IP protection, and very much that is pos

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LGM Podcast: Transit!

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On April 18, 2018
On the latest LGM Podcast, Dave Watkins and I talk transit issues, including the differences between the mass transit systems in the Pacific Northwest and the lower Midwest, the crises afflicting ridership and new construction, and how changes in technology affect the transit environment. Share

Harry

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On April 16, 2018

It appears that Harry Anderson has passed away.  Although he had a number of memorable roles, his key contribution was as Judge Harold T. Stone in Night Court, a show that almost certainly deserves a

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