Ideas

Ep. 80: Army Chief Gen. McConville returns

How is the U.S. Army dealing with COVID? And what about that new joint project with the Air Force, CJADC2?

Ideas

Ep. 79: CNO Adm. Michael Gilday

In an exclusive interview, the Navy's top officer talked about the fleet's future ships, aircraft, and networks.

Ideas

Ep. 76: Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr.

“We have more classified programs than the other services," Brown said. But “We need to articulate that risk, maybe a little bit better than we have in the past."

Policy

Exclusive: Interview with Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger

Watch Defense One's interview on building the future force, racism in the ranks, integrating women, and working with Congress.

Ideas

Ep. 74: U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville

“The job of the American military is to protect the nation, not to police the nation," McConville said.

Ideas

Ep. 73: Monuments, terrorism and the American white power movement

'Each time the white supremacist movement has surged in the U.S., that surge has been mirrored by a similar increase within the armed forces.'

Ideas

Ep. 72: What “China” means in 2020

An exploration of what we mean when we talk about China today.

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Ep. 71: The future of Arctic security, with U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Karl Schultz

The Coast Guard commandant shares some of his concerns about China, Russia, how the coronavirus has challenged the force, and more.

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Ep. 70: Robotics, Esports and the future of national security

Get smart on human-machine teaming, the future of work, and why the Army has turned to video games like never before.

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Ep. 69: “The World: A Brief Introduction,” with Richard Haass

The president of the Council on Foreign Relations explains why the world needs to be reintroduced to a general audience in 2020.

Ideas

Ep. 68: How Americans view the U.S. role in the world, with Ivo Daalder

Are Americans ready, willing, and able to be the global security leaders of this century?

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Ep. 66: The 1918 flu and the U.S. military

How the U.S. military was battered by, and slowly learned from, the influenza pandemic of 1918.

Ideas

Ep. 65: Preparing for the next coronavirus

Three things that could help better protect us ahead of the next coronavirus-like pandemic.

Threats

Ep. 64: Coronavirus and national security

Where are disruptions hitting the defense industry hardest? How are federal workers adjusting? And what do we know about the race for a cure?