John Arquilla

Professor of Defense Analysis, Naval Postgraduate School

Guest

Professor of Defense Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California and writer for Foreign Policy magazine; author of Worst Enemy: The Reluctant Transformation of the American Military

John Arquilla on KCRW

The White House sanctions Russia for meddling in the 2016 election. Why now?

Russia, China, and cyber security

The White House sanctions Russia for meddling in the 2016 election. Why now?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The US and Israel now say Iran is not as far along in developing nuclear technology as they thought just a few months ago.

Iran, Stuxnet and International Diplomacy

The US and Israel now say Iran is not as far along in developing nuclear technology as they thought just a few months ago.

from Which Way, L.A.?

US and Israeli estimates of Iran's nuclear timetable are less alarming than they were just months ago.  Hillary Rodham Clinton  says that's due to international sanctions.

Iran, Stuxnet and International Diplomacy

US and Israeli estimates of Iran's nuclear timetable are less alarming than they were just months ago. Hillary Rodham Clinton says that's due to international sanctions.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

An affordable housing developer got $114 million from Gov. Newsom’s Homekey program. Now, with little to show for it, legal and financial problems are mounting.

from Greater LA

Will the death of a political rival to Putin push the U.S. to give more aid to Ukraine? Can a new bill help reduce crime in Washington, D.C.?

from Left, Right & Center

The Supreme Court will have to determine Donald Trump’s standing on Colorado ballots. Plus, a Texas lawsuit reignites debates about abortion access.

from Left, Right & Center

An affordable housing developer got $114 million from Gov. Newsom’s Homekey program. Now, with little to show for it, legal and financial problems are mounting .

from Greater LA

On this episode of Scheer Intelligence, host Robert Scheer and Les Leopold discuss Leopold’s new book, “Wall Street's War on Workers: How Mass Layoffs and Greed Are Destroying the…

from Scheer Intelligence

Will the potential candidates’ visions for the country match what voters are looking for? Plus, a Supreme Court case spotlights dueling approaches to compassion.

from Left, Right & Center

The revelations of people like Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and John Kiriakou have allowed the world to know about the sly and insidious turn Western governments took following 9/11.

from Scheer Intelligence

The Supreme Court will decide whether Donald Trump will appear on this year’s ballot. Will President Biden’s message on democracy capture voters’ attention?

from Left, Right & Center

American historian, writer, professor and activist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz uses her studies on indigenous peoples’ history and her work with Palestinian diplomats and the United Nations…

from Scheer Intelligence