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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. The Strategika Podcast: Angelo Codevilla on the Futility of Arms Control Agreements


In the first of three new Strategika podcasts tackling the subject of arms control (and, specifically, the nuclear deal with Iran), Angelo Codevilla, Professor Emeritus of International Relations at Boston University, goes one step further than many critics of the agreement with Tehran. He doesn’t just argue that this deal is unworkable. He argues that the entire framework of arms control that the West has embraced for the last century is unworkable. It’s a fascinating discussion and you can listen in by subscribing to Strategika through iTunes or by listening in below.


Contributor Post Created with Sketch. The Strategika Podcast: Josiah Bunting III on the Increasing Danger from Nuclear Weapons


Josiah Bunting IIIIn this final episode of our series of Strategika podcasts on nuclear weapons, I talk to Josiah Bunting III — President of the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation in New York, former Superintendent of VMI, and former Assistant Professor of History at West Point — about the dangers of the bomb… specifically, the problem of miscalculation. How much longer can the world go without a nuclear exchange?

Bunting is considerably less optimistic than some of our previous guests. Take a listen: