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War on the Rocks

Ryan Evans

Discussions over drinks with security, defense, and foreign policy insiders and experts. The original War on the Rocks podcast series.


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Latest Episodes

This week, Ryan sat down at a cafe in Washington, D.C., with Hümeyra Pamuk and Nicholas Danforth to discuss the results of Turkey's May 14 election. They talked about the nature of President Erdogan's rule, the roots of his political longevity and wh... more

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Ryan sat down with Mike Kofman at WOTR HQ in Washington, DC to talk about Ukraine's coming offensive; the manpower, materiel, and politics behind it; and lingering questions about Team Biden's theory of success. more

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Ryan recently tagged along on a little trip to Alabama with Gen. CQ Brown, the chief of staff of the Air Force. They recorded this episode on the flight back to Washington. Gen. Brown discussed basing and posture in the Indo-Pacific, what the Air For... more

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 1.2k ratings
  • Best Podcast On Ukraine War

    This is without a doubt the most insightful, informed and balanced review/analysis on the Ukraine War.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia17 days ago
  • Mixed messaging is par for the course. What were you expecting?

    a month ago
  • Great then Not

    From decent and informative military commentary to all of a sudden uneven politics with the innovation episode. Recommend steering clear unmitigated right wing political opinions. At a minimum maybe have voices that even each other out?

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Great when focused

    This has been a great show until this latest episode when they dipped into partisan politics and policy. I’d like the show to keep the course away from politics and cultural hot points and stay “centered” on the core of the show.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago

    I learned of this show from my son in the USAF. I started listening to it when I visited him. I find it very informative, impartial, and with up to date valuable information on the War in Ukraine, but also on other potential threats of war in the World, and to the USA. The guest speakers are experts in their field, and have often visited the places they speak about. It may be that speakers come back, but with updated information that they have found, which is worthwhile to listen to, and inv... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago

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