Welcome to the Social Science of War: Lessons from Ukraine for the Army

December 13, 2022 00:54:53
Welcome to the Social Science of War: Lessons from Ukraine for the Army
Social Science of War
Welcome to the Social Science of War: Lessons from Ukraine for the Army

Dec 13 2022 | 00:54:53

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Show Notes

This is the very first episode of a new podcast from the Department of Social Sciences at West Point: Social Science of War. In it, host Kyle Atwell is joined by retired Lieutenant General Mark Hertling, former commanding general of US Army Europe, and Dr. Rob Person, an associate professor of international affairs at West Point. They tackle a timely and important question: What are the implications for the future of land warfare from the ongoing war in Ukraine? Combining both deep practical experience with European security and scholarship on Russia, grand strategy, and international political economy, our guests' leverage their expertise and unique perspectives to shed light on this critical topic.

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