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Wednesday NatSec Roundup

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On October 21, 2020
In the eye of a hurricaneThere is quietFor just a momentA yellow sky When four CIA operators sailed into a hurricane… Spencer Ackerman is tough but fair on the legacy of HR McMaster. Just restart New START already… Good lord nuclear powered cruise missiles sound like a fucking terrific idea. First enlistees are headed to […]
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Wednesday NatSec Roundup

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On October 14, 2020
All in a hot and copper sky,The bloody Sun, at noon,Right up above the mast did stand,No bigger than the Moon. It gets lonely in the East China Sea… Michael Scheur shows us that when you go ’round the bend, you should really go all ’round the bend. More on the sale of Rafale fighters […]

The Fate of Hermes

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On October 13, 2020

Looks like INS Viraat (once HMS Hermes) is on her way to the shipbreakers: Is INS Viraat finally headed for the shipbreakers? Reports early last month indicated that the time of the storied aircraft c

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Friday NatSec Roundup

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On October 9, 2020
The armourers, accomplishing the knights,With busy hammers closing rivets up,Give dreadful note of preparation. The Gulf War thirty years on… On competing in cyberspace… What comes after the International Space Station? The Falklands War and the Sidewinder. Turkish F-16s hanging out in Azerbaijan… Russia’s groovy new Zircon missile!
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Export Controls!

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On October 4, 2020
Nothing could be more exciting than export controls, right? Right? To what extent can the United States control the global spread of technology, and under what circumstances should it do so? A recently established project at the Center for New American Security (CNAS) has begun to examine the theory and practice of U.S. export control […]
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