16 Nov 2022 • 2
Last night, the two top trending topics on Twitter were Poland and Article V. An explosion along the Polish-Ukraine border sent the policy world into a frenzy because of concerns that Russian missiles...
14 Nov 2022 • 3
There are many reasons to be heartened by Russia’s retreat from Kherson, both for the liberation of the people living there from Russian occupation and the boost the victory gives to the brave Ukraini...
25 Oct 2022 • 7
Vol 1, Issue 11 October 25, 2022 I’ve had a lot of interesting conversations over the past few weeks and when the talk turns to the endgame in Ukraine, the discussion always keeps coming back to one i...
17 Oct 2022 • 5
Vol 1, Issue 10 People are rightly worried that Vladimir Putin might resort to the use of a nuclear weapon to avoid defeat in Ukraine. Some, of course, are more worried than others. There is an import...
12 Oct 2022 • 8
Vol 1, Issue 8 October 12, 2022 Looks big to me Nuclear strategy and theory are filled with jargon, arcane terminology, and language unique to itself. In part, this language was developed to help huma...
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