Author: Robert Farley

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The Most Dangerous GLCMs…

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On January 22, 2019
I tried to think to myself “what would be the stupidest thing that the United States could do with ground launched cruise missiles, now that the INF is gone,” and I came up with this: In a few years, the U.S. may have new ground-launched cruise missiles (GLCMs) with the capacity to strike at intermediate […]
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I have two more pieces at the Diplomat on the relevance of IP for US-China geopolitical competition.  First, there’s a whiff of “WMD” to some US complaints about China’s intellectual property shortcomings: But it appears that the issue has become less “does China steal?” (which it most assuredly does) and more “what are the strategic […]
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I have a piece up at the National Interest on some of the weapons China is developing that could have an impact on relations with Taiwan: Over the past decade, virtually every aspect of China’s military arsenal has grown more lethal. This improvement has necessarily affected the military balance with Taiwan. With tensions between China […]
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Top Ten of 2018

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On January 1, 2019
I hope everyone survived the evening!  Here are the top ten LGM posts of 2018: McCain (Loomis) WHY WON’T ELLIOTT BROIDY ACTUALLY SAY HE HAD AN AFFAIR WITH SHERA BECHARD? (Campos) THEATER CRITICISM COVERAGE OF POLITICS TURNS PEOPLE’S MINDS INTO MUSH (Lemieux) The Pity of Niall Ferguson (Lemieux) “This Nassar Thing” (Campos) You Too Can […]

NYE Links

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On December 31, 2018

Some links for New Year’s Eve, while you’re still sober (or even if you’re not): Things gonna go hot again between Russia and Ukraine? The Imperial War Museum’s collection of p

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