Global Ethics Weekly: U.S. Defense Policy After Mattis, with Asha Castleberry

Jan 9, 2019

National security expert and U.S. Army veteran Asha Castleberry makes sense of a busy and seemingly chaotic time for the Department of Defense in the wake of Secretary Mattis' departure. What should think about Trump's plans in Syria and Afghanistan? How is the U.S. planning to counter China in Africa? And has John Bolton actually been a moderating influence?

National security expert and U.S. Army veteran Asha Castleberry makes sense of a busy and seemingly chaotic time for the Department of Defense in the wake of Secretary Mattis' departure. What should we should think about Trump's plans in Syria and Afghanistan? How is the U.S. planning to counter China in Africa? And has John Bolton actually been a moderating influence?

This podcast references a Global Ethics Weekly on the Taliban with Adelphi University's Jonathan Cristol and podcasts on the 2017 National Security Strategy with Castleberry and with Senior Fellow Devin Stewart and Center for a New American Security's Julianne Smith.

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