Nov 15, 2017
Mick chats with Adam Montgomery, an author and military historian. They chat about Adam's book on the Canadian military's experience of psychological trauma from the First World War in Afghanistan, The Invisible Injured. Adam also discusses how perceptions of masculinity can affect the treatment of those suffering...
Mar 16, 2017
In this episode Mick chats with Dr Matthew Ford, a lecturer
in International Relations at the University of Sussex and the
author of Weapon of
Choice. They discuss the development of small arms and
it's influence on war.
Matthew provides a succinct and complex response to the final question.
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Nov 10, 2016
In this episode Mick chats with Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II, editor of the U.S. Army War College Quarterly, Parameters. They discuss the theory of the nature of war, it's changeable character and enduring elements. Antulio uses the weather as a useful metaphor to explain #BigCarl's theory while Mick demonstrates...
Sep 29, 2016
In this episode Mick chats with Dr Peter Dean, a lecturer at the Strategic & Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University. They discuss an Australian officer from the Second World War, Lieutenant General Francis Horton Berryman. They discuss Berryman's career and his role in Operation Postern, the...