A weekly podcast hosted by Marshall Kosloff and produced by Hudson Institute that believes that the “Arsenal of Democracy” is not merely a state of military, in...
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6. Strategic Hard Power Deterrence Can Stop China and Russia in Their Tracks (feat. Rebeccah Heinrichs)
Rebeccah Heinrichs joins Arsenal of Democracy to discuss the key elements of strategic deterrence, how the US can deter China and Russia, and the resources and political policies needed to execute such a strategy. Heinrichs is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute and the director of its Keystone Defense Initiative. She specializes in US national defense policy with a focus on strategic deterrence. Follow her latest work and analysis.Watch the show on Hudson's YouTube: youtube.com/@hudsoninstituteLearn more at: Hudson.org
5. National Security, Supply Chains, and Critical Technologies (feat. Nadia Schadlow)
Nadia Schadlow joins Arsenal of Democracy to discuss the intersection of national security, supply chains, and critical technologies. The principal author of the Trump administration’s 2017 National Security Strategy, Nadia discusses key considerations in formulating strategy, the United States’ technological competition with China, how the US government can solve problems, and specific technologies of importance to US national security.Read Nadia’s essay, “The Forgotten Element of Strategy.”Read Nadia’s report on energetic materials.Nadia Schadlow is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute and co-chair of the Hamilton Commission on Securing America’s National Security Innovation Base.
4. How to Succeed in the Struggle against the People's Republic of China (feat. John Lee)
What does success in the struggle against the People's Republic of China look like? Senior Fellow John Lee joins Arsenal of Democracy to deep dive on his report on the topic, co-authored with Lavina Lee, available here: https://www.hudson.org/foreign-policy/success-struggle-against-people-republic-china-john-lavina-leeJohn Lee is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute. He is also a senior fellow (non-resident) at the United States Studies Centre and adjunct professor at the University of Sydney.
3. How to Defeat Mexico’s Drug Cartels (feat. Bill Barr)
Former US Attorney General and Hudson Institute Distinguished Fellow Bill Barr joins Arsenal of Democracy to discuss the drug crisis in the United States, the role of Mexico’s drug cartels, and what the US can do about it. Read AG Barr’s op-ed, “The US Must Defeat Mexico’s Drug Cartels” here.William P. Barr is a distinguished fellow at Hudson Institute. He served as US attorney general from 1991 to 1993 and from 2018 to 2020.
2. Foreign Policy and the 2024 Election (feat. Peter Rough)
With the first Republican presidential primary debate set to kick off the 2024 presidential election, Peter Rough joins Arsenal of Democracy to preview the key foreign policy issues that will be front and center for candidates. Peter and Marshall Kosloff discuss what has changed for the GOP since then-candidate Donald Trump burst onto the scene, how political leaders should think about and approach the war in Ukraine, and other key regions and theaters.Peter Rough is a senior fellow and director of the Center on Europe and Eurasia at Hudson Institute. Find his policy brief, “Why a Ukrainian Victory Matters to Americans,” discussed in the episode, here.
A weekly podcast hosted by Marshall Kosloff and produced by Hudson Institute that believes that the “Arsenal of Democracy” is not merely a state of military, industrial, and societal readiness, but a conception of America’s role as the world reckons with a shifting geopolitical order, revanchist Great Power rivals, and global debates about the prospects for liberal democracy.