I was on the Rick Smith Show last night discussing the implications of the Ludlow Massacre for the present. Check it out.
I had some thought on the new Afghanistan NIE at RT yesterday:
The Patterson School has embarked on a trial effort to evaluate the utility of the iPad in a professional foreign policy program. I’ll be contributing to the iPatt blog, which will follow the
My latest at WPR discusses the potential and the pitfalls of a grand Asian anti-China entente: Moreover, the United States may find its position as the cartilage of a Japan-India-U.S. relationship unc
I was on the Alyona Show again yesterday, representing the Queen City: Subject was the Taliban negotiator impostor incident in Afghanistan.
At 12:45pm Eastern today I’ll be on 93.7 WRVG (Georgetown College radio) talking about foreign and security policy.
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
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