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LGM Podcast: The Cold War RAF

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On October 18, 2021
Of which Royal Air Force aircraft can it be said “it’s fair to compare it to the actor Keanu Reeves, because It’s so good looking and has such impeccable manners, people forgive its limitations?” Find out in today’s podcast, as I speak with Joe Coles, the founder and proprietor of the Hush-Kit aviation blog. Most […]
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Some thoughts at 1945 about deflating the “optimism” that there might be a single decisive conflict with China that would allow everyone to move on with their lives. Competition between the United States and China might look less like a single sharp, decisive conflict between Washington and Beijing, and more like a series of militarized […]
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Monday NatSec Roundup

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On October 4, 2021
If all the Athenians had fought as bravely as Socrates, the Boeotians would have erected no statues. The drone that conquered Nagorno-Karabakh. Indian and Japanese fighters will start aggressor training against one another… Very interesting, graphic-heavy discussion of the geographic extent of the defense industrial base in the United States. Malta has its own Fat […]
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Very interesting happenings up at the Yale: The Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy is one of Yale University’s most celebrated and prestigious programs. Over the course of a year, it allows a select group of about two dozen students to immerse themselves in classic texts of history and statecraft, while also rubbing shoulders with guest […]
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