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Chris, Zack, and Melanie get together to discuss Ashley Tellis’s newest article, “America’s Bad Bet on India.” Tellis argues that if America thinks India will fight on its side in a conflict with China, “Washington’s expectations of India are misplac... more
Chris, Melanie, and Zack discuss a recent article by Rosella Cappella Zielinski and Samuel Gerstle in the Texas National Security Review. Zielinski and Gerstle explain why the United States should fund the defense budget with higher taxes, not more ... more
Chris, Melanie, and Zack debate whether the world is multipolar and discuss what the United States can do to win support for its preferred policies, particularly in the Global South. They disagree on multipolarity but agree that Washington must pay m... more
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I have to say first of all that I love the show—each person has their own unique and thoughtful take on relevant geopolitical events (even if it’s not the hot topic of the moment). more
Although I’m very interested in the topics, episodes are very hard to listen to as Melanie monopolizes the conversation and is fairly closed-minded and ideologically driven
I just finished listening to the Better Burden Sharing with Allies episode, and I have to say Melanie deserves a lot of praise. Her insights and honesty are refreshing. I appreciate that she speaks her mind and isn’t afraid to tell it like it is… but overall another great episode from everyone.
This podcast is my happy place.
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