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Wednesday NatSec Roundup

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On March 11, 2020
You must think in Russian. War powers in the United States are broken… A history of fictional MiGs, with illustrations! A nice Year in Review for the Russian Navy’s 2019. The ICC has authorized a wide-ranging inquiry into war crimes committed on all sides of the war in Afghanistan. The Navy is scuttling plans for […]

The Spanish Flu

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On March 10, 2020

Given our current health crisis, the National Interest asked me to write a couple of pieces on the impact of the Spanish Flu on World War I. The first concentrates on the United States: In its first y

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Nothing to see here, just a right-wing paramilitary recruiting members of the intelligence community to infiltrate Democratic-related groups. Erik Prince, the security contractor with close ties to the Trump administration, has in recent years helped recruit former American and British spies for secretive intelligence-gathering operations that included infiltrating Democratic congressional campaigns, labor organizations and other […]

Bernie’s FP

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On March 3, 2020

I hate making primary endorsements (vote for who you want, as long as it’s not Tulsi), but I feel compelled to highlight the good work that has been done on foreign policy in Bernie’s camp

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Super Tuesday Calculator

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On March 2, 2020
This is some interesting stuff (note that I have done unpaid consulting work for the Sanders campaign). As far as I can tell the scenario here is highly likely: That’s allocating all of the states that seem very likely to go to Bernie, Biden, and Amy (Sanders has an outside shot in MN, which would […]
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