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The Hoover Institution is a public-policy research center devoted to the advanced study of politics, economics, and political economy — both domestic and foreign — as well as international affairs.

The Hoover Institution is a public-policy research center devoted to the advanced study of politics, economics, and political economy — both domestic and foreign — as well as international affairs.
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The Hoover Institution is a public-policy research center devoted to the advanced study of politics, economics, and political economy — both domestic and foreign — as well as international affairs.

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Episodes

The Iran Time Bomb with Kori Schake

10/17/2016
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Kori Schake explains why the long-term destabilizing effects of the Iran deal likely offset its short-term benefits, and gives advice on how the next president should handle the potential danger.

Empowering Iran: The Weaknesses Of The Nuclear Deal With Tom Donnelly

10/17/2016
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Tom Donnelly describes how the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran opened for the door for the regime in Tehran to strengthen its position in the region and the world.

Underestimating Our Enemies, with Ralph Peters

9/7/2016
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Ralph Peters warns that the willpower and resolve of Islamic terrorists counterbalance's the West’s material and financial advantages.

Terrorism, in Perspective, with Williamson Murray

9/7/2016
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Military and diplomatic historian Williamson Murray explains why terrorist attacks on the West have grown smaller in scope since 9/11 — but warns of nightmare scenarios that may still remain on the horizon.

The Legacy of 9/11

9/7/2016
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On the fifteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Peter Mansoor reflects on America's subsequent war on terrorism ... And on what must be done to ultimately emerge victorious.

Military Readiness in an Age of Uncertainty with Thomas Donnelly

5/22/2016
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Tom Donnelly lays out the first principles of military readiness and analyzes whether America is prepared for the foreign policy challenges ahead.

Military Readiness: The Admiral’s Perspective with James Ellis

5/17/2016
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Admiral James Ellis describes the principles that are needed to keep America secure at a time of geopolitical uncertainty.

Iran: The Fork in the Road with Kori Schake

4/15/2016
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Kori Schake examines the variables that will determine whether the nuclear deal with Iran pushes the country towards radicalism or reconciliation.

The Threat from Iran with Angelo Codevilla

4/15/2016
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Angelo Codevilla examines the fallout from the Iranian nuclear deal and predicts how it will affect America national security in the future.

Understanding ISIS with Mark Moyar

2/26/2016
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Mark Moyar looks at how ISIS fits into the broader history of terrorism, and examines what it’s ambitions for a caliphate mean for American national security.

ISIS and Islam with Raymond Ibrahim

2/26/2016
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Raymond Ibrahim explains how Islamic history and theology have influenced the development of ISIS.

Why Arms Control Agreements Are Superfluous, with Angelo Codevilla

9/9/2015
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Angelo Codevilla argues that arms control agreements have little practical worth and that the recent agreement with Iran will actually aid Tehran’s pursuit of a nuclear weapon.

Can the United States Restrain Iran? with Walter Russell Mead

9/9/2015
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Walter Russell Mead analyzes the strategic calculations underlying the nuclear deal for both President Obama and the Iranian regime.

Arms Control, Ancient and Modern with Barry Strauss

9/9/2015
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Barry Strauss examines the historical track record of arms control agreements and what it means for America’s nuclear deal with Iran.

Cultural Decline and the Military with Andrew Roberts

8/14/2015
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Andrew Roberts considers the implications of military policies that increasingly value political correctness over the ability to fight and win wars.

How the Military Has Resisted Political Correctness, with Thomas Donnelly

8/13/2015
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Thomas Donnelly looks at how the U.S. military has made progress on race, gender, and sexual orientation without succumbing to the temptations of political correctness.

A History of Violence: The Changing Face of Warfare, with Thomas Donnelly

6/25/2015
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Thomas Donnelly explains why the United States thought it could use technology as a substitute for military manpower — and how the effort came up short.

The Relentless Innovators: The Military’s Culture of Excellence with Bing West

6/25/2015
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Bing West explains how the American military’s history of self-criticism has been a key ingredient in its continued success — and how political and economic factors threaten to upend that dynamic.

The Once and Future Alliance” with Peter Mansoor

5/27/2015
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Military historian Peter Mansoor explains the historical trajectory of NATO, how it adjusted after the demise of the Soviet Union, and why it will survive the current threats from Vladimir Putin’s Russia.

Will the West Still Fight? with Josef Joffe

5/27/2015
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Josef Joffe examines the decline in America’s willingness to preserve global order, the erosion of warrior culture in Europe, and what they mean for the future of international security.
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