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Pivot Redux

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In Robert Farley
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On June 5, 2012
Yesterday I talked East Asia policy and naval policy on the Alyona Show: The howling toddlers, again, are entirely my fault. Critics should take account of how rare it is to have a discussion of stealth destroyers on a mainstream American news-talk show.

Inter-Service Rivalry

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In Robert Farley
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On December 8, 2010
This week’s Over the Horizon column is about inter-service rivalry: Because different services perform different missions, not all contribute equally to certain grand strategic tasks: The Royal Navy’s contribution to the counterinsurgency war in Afghanistan is severely limited, while the British army does not normally contribute to anti-piracy patrols such as those off of Somalia. […]

NPR Regrets

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On April 8, 2010

My piece on the NPR is up at TAP. Changing nuclear weapons policy means negotiating with a vast national security bureaucracy — involving the Pentagon, the State Department, the Department of En

QDR Roundup

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On February 3, 2010

I have an article up at TAP on the QDR and the end of the Long War. I also have a couple of posts up at ID on the QDR, including this on improving Air Force foreign training practice, and this on inno

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