Douglas MacGregor

Retired Army colonel, decorated combat veteran and the author of five books

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Retired Army colonel, decorated combat veteran and the author of five books, most recently  Margin of Victory: Five Battles that Changed the Face of Modern War

Douglas MacGregor on KCRW

As the U.S. and North Korea trade threats of atomic warfare, we’ll look at a “dirty secret” of history. It was the U.S. that first introduced nuclear weapons onto the Korean Peninsula.

Nuclear weapons in the 21st Century

As the U.S. and North Korea trade threats of atomic warfare, we’ll look at a “dirty secret” of history. It was the U.S. that first introduced nuclear weapons onto the Korean Peninsula.

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Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan.

Iraq Troop Surge Ends

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan.

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Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at  the
endgame  in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we  might not be
winning  in Afghanistan. As General  David Petraeus…

Iraq Troop Surge Ends

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan. As General David Petraeus…

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