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Wednesday NatSec Roundup


We’d like to, but we can’t accept your surrender!

  • An F-35 has crashed at Eglin, second crash of a stealth fighter there in the last week. We should pause to take note that both the F-35 and F-22 have very good safety records relative to other fighters at the same stage of development; nevertheless, seems like something must be going on.
  • Glenn Greenwald is a repugnant human being.
  • France expects the replacement for Charles de Gaulle to begin sea trials in 2036.
  • Interesting essay by Tanner Greer on the long-range goals of the Chinese Communist Party. I don’t agree with everything, but it’s worth a read.
  • Botch on the Rhine; Beevor on Arnhem. Very harsh on the British Army; it is interesting to me that we seem to be moving towards a reversal of the common wisdom about that organization’s performance in both world wars.
  • Still room for cooperation in vaccine development…
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