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The Global Significance of the Sino-Indian Rivalry

Šumit Ganguly is a Distinguished Professor of Political Science and holds the Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University, Bloomington. He is a...

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Who Lost Afghanistan?

In 2014 Lt. Gen. Daniel Bolger published his book Why We Lost: A General’s Inside Account of the Iraq and Afghan Wars. Seven years before the fall of Kabul, he had already...

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What’s in the Box for the Biden Administration?

What’s in the Box for the Biden Administration?

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Afghanistan: Hold ’em, Fold ’em, Walk Away, or Run

On this episode of Outside the Box, Jim and Mike speak with Dr. William Ruger, Vice President for Policy at the Charles Koch Foundation, Iraq War Veteran, President Trump’s...

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After the Apocalypse: A Conversation With Andrew Bacevich

In this episode, Mike and Jim interview Andrew Bacevich, author of After the Apocalypse: America’s Role in a World Transformed. In this latest book, Bacevich, a retired U.S....

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National Service or Servitude?

In this episode of Outside the Box, Mike and Jim are joined by Doug Bandow of the CATO Institute to discuss national service. We are once again hearing calls to institute some...

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Senior Military Leadership and the Future of U.S. National Security

In this episode of Outside the Box, Mike and Jim engage Lt. Gen. Gregory Newbold, former Director of Operations (J-3) for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in a hard-hitting and...

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U.S.-Israel Relations Under Biden w/ J Street

On our second episode of Outside the Box, Mike and Jim discuss U.S.-Israel relations after the Trump Administration. Under the 45th President, the United States moved closer to...

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Law and Politics

Secular Left vs. Religious Right? A Discussion of Secular Surge: A New Fault Line in American Politics

American society is rapidly secularizing, a radical departure from its historically high level of religiosity. And politics is a big part of the reason. Join us for a discussion...

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STS | Domestic Terrorism and its Implications for U.S. National Security

In this episode of Students Talk Security, former United States Senator Joe Donnelly discusses the domestic terrorism in the United States with an emphasis on recent events like...

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STS | A New Faustian Bargain?

In this episode of Students Talk Security, Charles Sedore, a Notre Dame senior, and Professor Ian John, Assistant Professor of Military History, discuss the history surrounding...

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STS | The Taliban Redux: The Future of Counterterrorism in a Taliban Controlled Afghanistan

The episode considers the future of counterterrorism in the context of a Taliban controlled Afghanistan. Beginning with a discussion of how the Taliban was able to regain control...

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