A podcast series that analyzes ongoing issues of national security in light of conflicts of the past—the efforts of the Military History Working Group of historians, analysts, and military personnel focusing on military history and contemporary conflict.
The Iran Time Bomb with Kori Schake
Kori Schake explains why the long-term destabilizing effects of the Iran deal likely offset its short-term benefits, and gives advice on how the next president should handle the potential danger.
Empowering Iran: The Weaknesses Of The Nuclear Deal With Tom Donnelly
Tom Donnelly describes how the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran opened for the door for the regime in Tehran to strengthen its position in the region and the world.
Underestimating Our Enemies, with Ralph Peters
Ralph Peters warns that the willpower and resolve of Islamic terrorists counterbalance's the West’s material and financial advantages.
Terrorism, in Perspective, with Williamson Murray
Military and diplomatic historian Williamson Murray explains why terrorist attacks on the West have grown smaller in scope since 9/11 — but warns of nightmare scenarios that may still remain on the horizon.
The Legacy of 9/11
On the fifteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Peter Mansoor reflects on America's subsequent war on terrorism ... And on what must be done to ultimately emerge victorious.
Military Readiness in an Age of Uncertainty with Thomas Donnelly
Tom Donnelly lays out the first principles of military readiness and analyzes whether America is prepared for the foreign policy challenges ahead.
My only complaint is that the episodes are too infrequent. Wonderful, high level analysis!
I've downloaded the podcasts for some time, but there are no updates. Sad.
I think this podcast actually does a fantastic job of analyzing foreign policy and setting the tone for conservative foreign & military policies.