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I have some thoughts on the diffusion of anti-access military technology over at The Diplomat During the Cold War, the Soviet Union had a strong political incentive to maximize diffusion of its military capabilities.  Proxies with Soviet technology could fight the United States and its proxies on their own. Consequently, states from North Korea to […]

TNR vs. RT

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On March 27, 2012

Jesse Zwick at TNR engages in some policing of the left side of the political discourse: What is surprising, however, are the number of decidedly non-crazy American experts and journalists who appear

Triangle Trade

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On January 4, 2012
This week’s Over the Horizon column suggests that the Russian arms industry is in for some long term trouble: During the Cold War, the Soviet Union’s military-industrial complex sustained the massive Soviet military institution, which regularly gobbled up 15-25 percent of the nation’s GDP. In an odd and unexpected twist to the end of the […]

Muslish!

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On July 27, 2011

Two updates to posts from last week. First, Colbert is absolutely brutal to Jennifer Rubin: The Colbert Report Get More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,Video Archive Se

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