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LGM Podcast: Maximal Aims and Minimal Capabilities

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This afternoon Cheryl and I recorded a podcast on the latest developments in the Russia-Ukraine War. We chat a bit about operational realities, but most of the discussion is about politics, strategy and diplomacy. We touch on the apparently maximal move in Russian rhetoric about the war, contrast it with the limitations imposed by Russian military performance, discuss our concerns about escalation, contemplate the wisdom of SecDef Austin’s statement about “weakening” Russia, and finally noodle about the post-Ukraine future of arms control. You cannot, it seems, out-crazy the Russians on nuclear weapons.

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