Joining the discussion on how American Christians should approach nuclear weapons and arms control, Peter Feaver, William Inboden, and Michael Singh argue that the priority should be in improving the behavior of hostile regimes.
Dr. Inboden gave testimony on “AI, UAVs, Hypersonics and Autonomous Systems: Emerging Technologies and Euro-Atlantic Security” before three members of the U.S. Congress at the University of Texas at Arlington. Read his full testimony below and watch the full hearing here.
Dr. Inboden identifies three crises of diplomatic and security risks in the wake of the assassination of Qassem Soleimani.
Dr. Inboden and several other faculty colleagues from The University of Texas at Austin contributed their takes on how the 2010s decade will be remembered in history.
In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, Will Inboden sits down with Professor Paul Pope and Dr. Kiril Avramov of the Intelligence Studies Project and Dr. Calder Walton, assistant director of the Applied History Program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, to discuss the history of influence operations and active measures by the Soviet Union and Russia. Their wide-ranging discussion covers everything from Soviet active measures in Chile, to the theory of reflexive control that governed the Soviet strategy of conducting influence operations, to the response in the United States to Operation JADE HELM, Russian interference in the 2016 election, and the role of social media in advancing political warfare goals. Join us for a fascinating conversation about history that has urgent implications for today.
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