James Corum

US Army Reserve

Guest

Retired Lieutenant Colonel with the US Army Reserve, who helped draft the counterinsurgency strategy developed under General Petraeus; author of numerous books on military history and strategy, including Bad Strategies: How Major Powers Fail in Counterinsurgency; Dean of the Baltic Defense College in Estonia

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WikiLeaks reportedly has  91,000 secret reports , which it has shared with the New York Times, Britain's Guardian and Der Spiegel in Germany.  But not all of them have been released to…

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WikiLeaks reportedly has 91,000 secret reports , which it has shared with the New York Times, Britain's Guardian and Der Spiegel in Germany.  But not all of them have been released to…

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