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.
By Hoover Institution
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 Long Conflict: Why the Israeli-Palestinian Question WonÕt Be Settled Anytime Soon
Historian Andrew Roberts analyzes the Israel-Palestinian conflict in the context of other prolonged struggles throughout world history and explains why an unhappy equilibrium is likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
The More Wars Change, the More They Stay the Same with Peter Mansoor
Peter Mansoor argues that innovations such as drones, cyberwarfare, and satellites aren't the game-changers they're often made out to be Ñ and contends that there could be dire consequences if their proponents fail to realize their limitations.
A Better Way in Afghanistan with Bing West
Bing West looks at the failures of American strategy during the war in Afghanistan Ñ from nation-building and counterinsurgency to efforts to defeat the Taliban Ñ and provides recommendations for what can be done to avert total disaster in the ...