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Summary: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 form of national service; whether in the military through conscription or via some form of mandatory civilian service along the lines of AmeriCorps. Proponents of som…
 
An Interview with Associate Professor Karrie J. Koesel by Andrew DelVecchioSummary:In this episode of Students Talk Security, Professor Karrie Koesel discusses the role that Russian domestic politics play in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict. Professor Koesel uses her experience with contemporary Russian politics to explain how President Putin is…
 
An interview with Former U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly by Liam KarrSummary: In this podcast, I discuss America's role in the regional conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran. The Trump and Biden Administrations have taken drastically different approaches to both our ally and our adversary, and we'll break down the different outcomes this could cause. We…
 
An Interview with Former U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly by Carson WhitesellSummary: 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 the storming of the Capitol on January 6th. Donnelly brings a special perspective to the pr…
 
Title: A New Faustian Bargain? Understanding the Lessons of the Soviet-German CooperationAn Interview with Professor Ian Johnson by Charles SedoreSummary: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 the German-Soviet C…
 
Summary: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 nominee as ambassador to Afghanistan, and author of a widely discussed New York Times Op/Ed piece urging the Biden Administration to hold to the May 1, 2021 deadline i…
 
Title: Geopolitics: The Competing Maritime and Continental World Orders of China, Russia, and the United StatesRecorded: March 16, 2021Host: Joseph ParentSpeaker: Sarah Paineโดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
Full Title: Large-N Qualitative Analysis (LNQA): Everything You Wanted to Know about Doing a Cornell-Princeton Book, Part ISpeaker: Gary Goertz and Stephan HaggardHost: Joseph ParentRecorded: February 23, 2020โดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
Title: Anticipate, Prevent, Respond: Conflict Stabilization and U.S. Foreign Policy in AfricaHosted by Katherine McLaughlinSummary:With 54 voting UN members, economies ripe for investment and development, and the emergence of foreign influence in the continent, Africa’s future is of strategic importance to U.S. foreign policy. In this episode of “S…
 
Summary:Sanctions expert and Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies George A. Lopez draws on his extensive research and experience in sanctions design and peace building to explain the advantages and drawbacks of targeted economic sanctions as a diplomatic tool, particularly in how they enable the US to intervene in nuclear threats, corrupt regimes, a…
 
Title: No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy: The Importance of Law and Humanitarian Values on the BattlefieldAn Interview with Colonel Ian Brasure by Evan MullerSummary: In this episode of ‘Students Talk Security’, Evan Muller will discuss Col. Brasure's career, the importance of international law, his involvement in humanitarian operations, and curren…
 
Summary: 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 the positions of the Binyamin Netanyahu’s Likud government than any previous Administration, recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights, moving…
 
An interview with Lt. General Eric T. Fick USAF by Martin HeliSummary:Martin Heli, a Notre Dame senior, and Lt. General Eric T. Fick USAF, the Program Executive Officer for the F-35 Lightning II Joint Program Office (Notre Dame class of ‘90) discuss the implications of international partnership in the F-35 program. Key topics are the technological …
 
Title: The Arrest of a Foreign General: Corruption, Cartels, and U.S.-Mexico CooperationAn interview with Guillermo Trejo by Tatiana PernettiSummary:In this episode of ‘Students Talk Security’, Associate Professor of Political Science and Faculty Fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, Guillermo Trejo, will describe the recent U.…
 
Title: Arctic Shock: Utilizing Climate Change to Test A Theory of Resource CompetitionSpeaker: Jonathan MarkowitzHost: Eugene GholzRecorded: October 27, 2020โดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
An Interview with Captain Brockelmeyer and LTC Trey Lachicotte by Clark Bowden andEvan MullerBiographies:Cody Brockelmeyer enlisted in the Marine Corps in April of 2006, and served at the Legal Services Support Section in Okinawa, Japan where he served as NCOIC of the Pacific Regional Defense Counsel’s office. From 2009 to 2013, he served as Legal …
 
An Interview with Lt. Austin Chung by Benjamin ErhardtSummary:Notre Dame sophomore Benjamin Erhardt sits down with his former professor and current Notre Dame Naval ROTC instructor, Lt. Austin Chung, USN, to discuss a variety of topics centered on the theme of bolstering American security while promoting unity. Their discussions include: the import…
 
An Interview with Erin Connolly by Kenzie PhillipsSummary:A discussion with a rising national security professional about nuclear policy and women in security.Biography:Erin Connolly is the associate program director for Girl Security and a fellow at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, where she previously worked as a research assist…
 
An Interview with Professor Thanos P. Dokos by Joseph SimoneSummary:In this episode of ‘Students Talk Security’, we will discuss security issues involving countries in the Mediterranean and Easter European region and learn how they impact the world as a whole.Biography:Professor Thanos P. Dokos received his Ph.D. in International Relations from Cam…
 
An interview with Dr. James McAdams by Zoe DeschSummary:This podcast will be about the destabilizing effect lies (or the lack of truth) from politicians and public figures can have on a country. A well educated citizenry is important to the democratic process and with the advent of social media information and misinformation are quickly and easily …
 
Title: America's First Failed War on Terror: Understanding the Failure of ReconstructionSpeaker: Dan BymanHost: Eugene GholzRecorded: September 22, 2020โดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
An Interview with Major Mike Murrell by Matthew Carranza **Any opinions that Maj. Murrell expresses are completely his own and do not reflect those of the US Army.**Summary:In this episode of ‘Students Talk Security’, Matthew Carranza focuses on the military aspect of international relations given Major Murrell’s background. Matthew is interested i…
 
An Interview with Dr. Ernesto Verdeja by Lauren PizzellaSummary: In this episode of ‘Students Talk Security’, Associate Professor of Political Science and Peace Studies at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Ernesto Verdeja, will provide a brief summary of what mass atrocities are, what are their causes, and what we can do to preven…
 
Title: The Theoretical Case for Taking American Exceptionalism SeriouslySpeaker: Hilde RestadHost: Eugene GholzRecorded: September 1, 2020โดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
Recorded: April 21, 2020Hosted by: Dan LindleyChaplain (Colonel) Larry Dabeck is the 2019-2020 US Army War College Fellow, studying and writing for the Army on developing senior strategic leadership. He has three combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, and was awarded the Bronze Star for, “selfless and dignified service in caring for the spiritual ne…
 
Title: Dispelling the Terrorist Safe Haven Myth: Why Americans are Safer than They ThinkSpeaker: Risa BrooksHost: Dan LindleyRecorded: February 26, 2019โดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
An interview with Assistant Professor Joseph Parent by Andrew JarockiSummary:Can America retrench? In this edition of Students Talk Security, student Andrew Jarocki sits down with international relations expert Joseph Parent to discuss if recent headline news from various hotspots around the world should cause a change in American grand strategy. F…
 
An interview with Professor Felipe Fernandez-Armesto by Joseph SimoneSummary: In this episode of ‘Student Talk Security’, Prof. Felipe Fernandez-Armesto will compare U.S. foreign policy of the past and present, discuss security threats today and other times in history, and explain how current U.S. policy is affecting the Hispanic community.Biograph…
 
Recorded November 10, 2018Adm. Christopher Grady is a native of Newport, Rhode Island. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and was commissioned an ensign through the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps program. Grady is a distinguished graduate of Georgetown University where he earned a Master of Arts in National Security Studies whi…
 
Title: The Insular Advantage: Geography and the Durability of American AlliancesSpeaker: Josh ShifrinsonHost: Rose KelanicRecorded: November 6, 2018โดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
America's Longest War: Prospects of Peace in AfghanistanAn interview with Ambassador David Robinson by Fabiola ShipleySummary:In this episode of ‘Student Talk Security’, Ambassador David Robinson will discuss recent developments in Afghanistan, the politics of the upcoming peace talks and the potential for lasting peace in the wake of America’s lon…
 
Internet Security in China and USAn interview with Professor Michel Hockx by James LukSummary:This podcast is a timely discussion of Internet Security in China and the US during National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Cybersecurity is of increasing prevalence in today’s world, this podcast will examine the topic of erecting boundaries and borders …
 
Title: No Such Thing as a Little War: Beliefs, Intellectual History, and Liberal Military InterventionSpeaker: Jacqueline HazeltonHost: Rose KelanicRecorded: October 30, 2018โดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
Drones: A Revolution in Airpower?An interview with Colonel Raymond O'Mara (ret.) by Patrick O'MaraSummary:This podcast will address how the rise and use of drones has changed air warfare.Biography:Dr. Raymond O’Mara is the founder and owner of Pointblank Strategic Analysis, where he provides multidisciplinary analysis and insight at the operational…
 
States, Companies, and Terrorists: Global Affairs in the 21st CenturyAn Interview with General Frank Taylor by Griffin CannonSummary:In this episode we will examine the role of the state, as well as various non-state actors, in relation to the challenges we face moving into the 21st Century.Biography:General Frank Taylor is a distinguished member o…
 
Phantom Warriors: What Happened to the Kurds?An interview with Dr. F. Gregory Gause, III by Carlo PerriSummary:In considering contemporary Middle Eastern geopolitics, it is nearly impossible to exclude discussion of the distinct groups of people who make up its major players. Furthermore, in light of the recent turmoil that has plagued the region, …
 
Applying Lessons from Failed Peace Talks to Current Efforts: The 2006 Darfur Conflict Mediation, Syria, and YemenAn interview with Laurie Nathan by Monica MontgomerySummary:This episode discusses the failed 2005-2006 mediation effort in Darfur in which Professor Nathan was involved, examines why it failed, and applies some of its lessons to current…
 
Beyond Traditional Security: The Ascending Trajectory of Economic Security in China's National Security Portfolio An interview by Liam DaltonInterviewee: Huang Shan | Deputy Managing Editor and Editorial Board Member, Caixin Mediaโดย Notre Dame International Security Center
 
An interview with Ambassador Nina Hachigian by Alex HachigianThis episode delves into some of the most controversial issues that concern the United States and China today with the intention of developing the basis for sound foreign policy.After receiving her Bachelors of Science from Yale University, magna cum laude, and her J.D. from Stanford Univ…
 
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