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A fascinating discussion of current national and international security issues. I interview experts on different subjects. More often than not, the discussion ends with a heated (but friendly) debate between me and my guest. So far we have covered issues ranging from the future of NATO, violence and law enforcement in Mexico, defense policy in Canada, the US and Mexico, North Korea, cybersecurity, organized crime, PUTIN, afghanistan... you name it we have covered it or will eventually do so. Every other episode I also give my take on the new "cold war" between russia and the US. Trust me, its getting dangerous. listen to find out why!!! Email me at perimeterpodcast@gmail.com for comments and suggestions for future episodes. Podcast is mostly in english, but every once and and while, we cover a topic in spanish. check out the sister web site at http://thesecurityperimeter.com

A fascinating discussion of current national and international security issues. I interview experts on different subjects. More often than not, the discussion ends with a heated (but friendly) debate between me and my guest. So far we have covered issues ranging from the future of NATO, violence and law enforcement in Mexico, defense policy in Canada, the US and Mexico, North Korea, cybersecurity, organized crime, PUTIN, afghanistan... you name it we have covered it or will eventually do so. Every other episode I also give my take on the new "cold war" between russia and the US. Trust me, its getting dangerous. listen to find out why!!! Email me at perimeterpodcast@gmail.com for comments and suggestions for future episodes. Podcast is mostly in english, but every once and and while, we cover a topic in spanish. check out the sister web site at http://thesecurityperimeter.com

Location:

Mexico

Description:

A fascinating discussion of current national and international security issues. I interview experts on different subjects. More often than not, the discussion ends with a heated (but friendly) debate between me and my guest. So far we have covered issues ranging from the future of NATO, violence and law enforcement in Mexico, defense policy in Canada, the US and Mexico, North Korea, cybersecurity, organized crime, PUTIN, afghanistan... you name it we have covered it or will eventually do so. Every other episode I also give my take on the new "cold war" between russia and the US. Trust me, its getting dangerous. listen to find out why!!! Email me at perimeterpodcast@gmail.com for comments and suggestions for future episodes. Podcast is mostly in english, but every once and and while, we cover a topic in spanish. check out the sister web site at http://thesecurityperimeter.com

Language:

English

Contact:

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Episodes

Episode 41: The reposting of the Mythbusting the New Cold War: Part 1- a look at Putin`s Background because for some reason the other podcast only plays 10 minutes in spotify and I cant fix it

1/13/2021
Ok, so im starting a new mythbusting series. This time on the new Cold War. Whose to blame? are the russians poor victims of excessive NATO expansion? or is Putin a thug and bully just looking to pick a fight if he can win? Well, I think many of you know what I think. This first episode looks at Putin`s background, starting with his "KGB" experience during the 1980s all the way up to his "free and fair" election in 2012. It scares me so much that people all around the world think that this...

Duration:00:55:45

Episode 40: Mythbusting the New Cold War: Part 1- a look at Putin`s Background

1/12/2021
Ok, so im starting a new mythbusting series. This time on the new Cold War. Whose to blame? are the russians poor victims of excessive NATO expansion? or is Putin a thug and bully just looking to pick a fight if he can win? Well, I think many of you know what I think. This first episode looks at Putin`s background, starting with his "KGB" experience during the 1980s all the way up to his "free and fair" election in 2012. It scares me so much that people all around the world think that this...

Duration:00:55:46

Episode 39: The security perimeter annual xmas special: worst podcast EVER

12/19/2020
Ok, so the gang is back for the 2020 annual xmas podcast. This year its so nasty I cant even listen to it. Trust me, do not listen to this podcast. It will OFFEND you. It doesn't matter who you are or where you live, you will be offended. I mean its not enough to say that this is for only over 18. Over 18 and living during the dark ages more like it. Thats how bad it is. Topics discussed include "name your favorite dictator and why", chinese bats, and yes, the russian national anthem and...

Duration:00:59:47

Managing security in Canada and US during the pandemic: lessons for mexico?

6/3/2020
So in this episode, Im posting a webinar that I participated in on security in Canada and US: lessons for Mexico sponsored by the Center for the study of Security Governance and Intelligence at the ITAM. Steve Saideman from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs in Ottawa spoke on Canada and spoke on the US. the podcast is 100% in english!!! inspite of being produced and "aired" in Mexico. Thanks Vidal and Catherine at the center for putting together this webinar and allowing me...

Duration:01:01:58

Mythbusting the 1980s: Crazy old man Reagan or so smart he didnt even realize it?

5/23/2020
So this quickly put together podcast which also starts my son Lambro and my wife Mariana looks at the 1980s and Ronald Reagan. At the time, we all thought he was insane, but was he? meaning was he crazy as a fox? listen in to find out! ps: monkey dont look to happy

Duration:01:45:19

Mythbusting WW2: The Great Nazi strategist. bullcrp ep.4

5/4/2020
So here is the 4th and final episode of the MYTHBUSTING THE BULL THAT Nazis were actually great military strategies. Just in time for the 75th anniversary of VE Day- Victory Europe, 8 May, 1945, where germany officially surrendered. This episode deals with two of the most dumbest military decisions Hitler made. One being the battle of the Kursk and the second, the Battle of the Bulge. After the battle of the bulge, where the germans attacked and then were soundly defeated by the Americans,...

Duration:01:03:56

China vs. the USA in the Pacific: a debate between me and Ulises. BTW, Im on the american side

3/4/2020
So in the middle of my flu and pneumonia the student reps put together this awesome debate between me on the side of the USA and Ulises on the side of the evil chinese government. I think i won the dabate, but i may be being overly optimistic... tell us what you think. time for some feedback damnit!!!! THE STUDENT REPS ARE AWESOME! SO HELPFUL AND A KEEN INTEREST IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. CONGRATS ON THIS AWESOME JOB WITH SUCH A SHORT PLANNING PHASE.

Duration:01:33:18

The 3rd annual security perimeter 2019 XMAS and NEW YEAR special!

1/9/2020
Hey everyone, back with a new xmas special. with guest starts sarah, gudi, valentina and anonymous (ok facundo). It was ready before xmas, but I decided to wait to post in until now. This year we literally covered everything from the origins of christianity, science, SMELLY international relations (listen to find out what that means) to donald trump, and AMLO among other topics. Im sure the #Putin is somewhere in there as well.Awesome new audio equipment, Lots of laughs, lots of jokes in bad...

Duration:01:16:07

MYTHBUSTING WW2: Were the NAZIS great strategists? HAHAHA!!! episode 3 with AWESOME NEW AND IMPROVED SOUND EQUIPMENT!!!

12/30/2019
OK. So this episode looks at the North Africa Campaign and Barbarossa. OMG. HOW PROFOUNDLY STUPID CAN THEY BE. The little corporal (HITLER) made some REALLY REALLY REALLY smart strategic choices during this period (NOT). And thank GOD they listened to him. I mean how stupid can you get? and I dont mean the choice to invade Russia, but rather what the Little Corporal (aka THAT MAN as referred to by churchill) made the german army do when the invasion had already begun. The russians didnt win...

Duration:00:59:10

MYTHBUSTING WW2: NAZIS the great strategists? I think not. Part 2

11/25/2019
This episode looks at the beginning of the war, when the Germans were making all these "phenomenal" military victories, poland, france, denmark, greece, etc. Well listen in... someone has lied to you. They were not that great and spectacular as you have been taught (ok, except for the french campaign). These FLAWS in german military STRATEGY are gonna come back and bite them in their assess in the next stage of the war. Please NOTE: episode was recorded over time using different mikes, so...

Duration:01:04:23

The Saki on sabbatical WW2 MYTHBUSTING PODCAST: Hitler the great diplomat and military strategist? I dont think so

10/22/2019
So this latest installment of the MYTHBUSTING WW2 series looks at Hitler and Nazi`s and the claim that Hitler was a great diplomat in the 30s and the NAZI`s were great military strategists. Nothing could be further from the truth. Listen to find out why. This is a three part series. Part 1 will look at the period leading up to the War. Part II, from 1939 to 1942 and part III from 1942 until the end of the war. Have I ever told you I HATE NAZIS?

Duration:00:46:41

The Saki on sabbatical WW2 MYTHBUSTING PODCAST: THE BOMBING OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI

10/14/2019
Oh my god!!!!! I cant believe I did this! Yup, this episode of the podcast looks at why the use of the atomic bomb may have justified. Any remaining friends that I have - with this episode - thats it. I think even my family is gonna disown me. WARNING: This is EXTREMELY controvertial. If you are not open minded, dont bother listening. However, if you believe in intellectual freedom, listen on. And write back after you listen! tell me what you think, at securityperimeter@gmail.com

Duration:00:44:38

The Saki on sabbatical security perimeter podcast: MYTHBUSTING WW2, No the Soviets didnt singlehandedly with the war Part 3 (finale)

10/1/2019
So here is the 3rd and final episode on MYTHBUSTING WW2 and the belief that the soviets singlehandedly won the war. This episode looks at the final phase of the war, during and after the landings at Normandy in June of 1944. Russians love to argue that D DAY was a piece of cake, but they conveniently forget what happened at Falais and at the Battle of the Bulge. Listen in to get the details!!!!

Duration:01:07:10

The Saki on Sabbatical security perimeter podcast: MYTHBUSTING WW2. Episode 2, no Russia did not win WW2 all on its own

9/19/2019
So here is part 2 of the "russia did not win ww2 all by itself". In this episode there is a SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN SOUND QUALITY. Sorry for last time, I was trying to figure out a new microphone. This episode looks at the battle of stalingrad, the bombing (flattening) of german cities and the north africa campaign among other things. In the process, I explain that people underestimate what the western allies did before D DAY in june of 1944. Next episode on D DAY. Please feedback!

Duration:00:47:58

The Saki on Sabbatical podcast. Busting WW2 Myths part 1: That the west did nothing and Russia won WW2 1/3

9/11/2019
ok, so im on sabbatical and i was thinking of a podcast project. I came up with this idea to bust WW2 myths like, "well the NAZI were evil, but they were good military strategists" No they were not. They sucked They were horrible. Thank god the NAZIs made these horrendous military mistakes because it cost them the war. If the Nazis were not there, the german army may have actually won. Another myth: that the verseilles treaty punished the germans so much and that caused WW2 (bullcrap). This...

Duration:00:56:35

An interview with an ETHICAL hacker: his name BIOHAZARD

8/1/2019
We are back once again with a new episode. This time with BIOHAZARD, an Ethical Hacker whose career did not start off so ethically if you know what I mean. He remains anonymous throughout the entire episode but if you ever need his help for something, email me at securityperimeter@gmail.com. We have a fascinating discussion about the cyber underworld that so few of know about and he explains just how freaking dangerous it is. I swear, after listening to this you will want to turn your phone,...

Duration:01:12:21

National Security and Intelligence in Mexico under AMLO

4/29/2019
Finally!!!! a new episode is up... its been a long time, i know. but its been a crazy semester. its almost over so i should be getting back to normal on the podcast (about 1 every 3 weeks). So in this podcast, Javier Oliva from UNAM, Jose Luis Calderon from INAP and myself discuss how we see national security and intelligence moving forward in mexico. not so much on the threats etc, but much more on the management and legislation. I ripped these talks (with the permission of the speakers of...

Duration:00:42:33

The 2019 New Years Security Perimeter Podcast: I blame Neoliberalism

1/19/2019
Last year in was Putin, this year its neoliberalism. Valentina, Sarah, Diego, "anonymous", Ines, Carla and I get together to discuss some very serious issues ranging from Neoliberalism, the new Mexican President (AMLO), the Unholy Trinity (neoliberalism, corruption, and organized crime), Wood soup in Venezuela, alternative facts, and exorcisms. Our task is to help the new mexican president figure out how to rid the country of Neoliberalism (I wonder if he knows why its called "neo"). We also...

Duration:00:57:27

Alan Bersin on the migration crisis at the US-Mex border

12/2/2018
Alan is back for his 3rd podcast! This time of the migration crisis at the US-Mexico border. If you dont remember who Alan Bersin is, he was the former undersecretary responsible for borders and CBP at Homeland Security during the Obama administration and served as the "Border Czar" under Bill Clinton. If someone knows the border and migration, its Alan. He continues to consult in these issues in private/post-goverment life. This "special" episode of the podcast was a discussion between Alan...

Duration:01:14:38

An interview with someone who interviewed Vladimir Putin (does that make sense?)

11/6/2018
So in this episode, I interview veteran Mexican newsbroadcaster Jorge Berry who flew to Moscow and interviewed Vladimir Putin in 2002 in the Kremlin. Our discussion is less about the issues, and more about the "vibe" he got from Putin. SPOILER ALERT: he doesnt like Putin. In fact Putin did something so nasty, so typically "Putin" to him... I wont tell you what it is. You gotta hear the podcast to find out, but Putin is a nasty, NASTY dude. I also got to ask Jorge his opinion on a certain...

Duration:01:02:20