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Ep. 39: What comes after Putin? Assessing the future of US-Russian relations

This week we take a look at Russia and the future of the U.S.-Russian relationship.

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Ep. 38: Beyond South China Sea tensions, part two: The CCP vision and the future of Chinese history

How the world's greatest 15th-century navy is linked to the game-playing robot that put Beijing's AI visions into overdrive.

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Ep. 37: Beyond South China Sea tensions, part one: The Tinderbox

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Ep. 36: British defense strategy with UK MoD’s Will Jessett

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Ep. 35: After Mattis + Shutdown’s effect on national security

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What we learned in 2018: Averting war with North Korea

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What we learned in 2018: What's ahead for Syria + why ISIS is not defeated yet

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Ep. 32: The $750 billion military; USAF’s Kessel Run; Happy Birthday to the Guard, and more.

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Ep. 31: The true origins of ISIS and the future of counterterrorism with Hassan Hassan

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Ep. 30: Crisis in the Sea of Azov; Space Force!?; Nuclear anthropology and American folklore

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Ep. 29: Ambassador James Jeffrey on Syria; Plus Sue Mi Terry of CSIS and Evan Medeiros of Georgetown University

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Ep. 28: What if America pulls out of Afghanistan? with Seth Jones, Bill Roggio and more.

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Ep. 27: CENTCOM's Gen. Votel; Exosuits and super soldiers; Weaponizing social media and more.

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Ep. 26: The pipe-bomber and the presidency; More US troops at the border; Exiting the INF and more.

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Ep. 25: Rare earth-hunting in US coal country; China's military might; Uighurs in Xinjiang and more.

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Ep. 24: Unmasking the GRU; The future of al-Shabaab; F-35 and the UK; and Bell Helicopter CEO Mitch Snyder

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Ep. 23: Chuck Hagel on Trump, NATO, the future and more; Plus reax from Rosa Brooks and Mara Karlin.

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Ep. 22: China in the US; Iran in Syria; Ukraine's navy + Q&A w/ Brig. Gen. Jackson in Afghanistan

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Ep. 21: How to kill a drone; Toward a smarter, cheaper US presence in the Middle East and more.

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Policy

On the Campaign Trail for NATO, With Secretary General Stoltenberg

The former Norwegian prime minister tells Defense One that dissent is good, questions are welcome, and they’re making the alliance stronger than ever.