THE DEAD PRUSSIAN PODCAST: A Podcast about War and Warfare. Coming in 2016.
Twitter. FaceBook. iTunes. "Carl Von Clausewitz and his work On War has had a great influence on the way modern, particularly Western, militaries practice war. It is for this reason that this podcast, an exploration of war and warfare, is named The Dead Prussian. This podcast will endeavour to study war and warfare as thoroughly as Clausewitz did."
249 results for "Clausewitz" on 9 MAY 2016
|What Would Clausewitz Do? By Mark Perry. For a growing number of military officers, combatting ISIS is a test of national resolve.|
|Five Things You Didn't Know About Carl von Clausewitz. by Vanya Eftimova Bellinger. Jan 6, 2016|
|Clausewitz Would Not like America's Islamic State Strategy. by James Holmes, War on the Rocks. January 5, 2016|
|Clausewitz: In Praise of Hate. by William M. Darley, Small Wars Journal. September 18, 2015|
|Down the Rabbit Hole: Alice and the Experience of Clausewitzian Genius. by Olivia Garard. February 5, 2016|
Geopolicraticus [J.N. Nielsen]
Grand Strategy: The View from Oregon
THE OTHER CLAUSEWITZ: Vanya Eftimova Bellinger's blog covering her research on Marie von Clausewitz, which has a great deal to tell us about her husband.
ZenPundit: Zenpundit is a blog dedicated to exploring the intersections of foreign policy, history, military theory, national security,strategic thinking, futurism, cognition and a number of other esoteric pursuits. See especially this search for pieces on Clausewitz, ZenPundit's rediscovery of Clausewitz, and this interesting piece on Dynamic Trinitarianism.
This is "Hare von Clausewitz," from Caitlin Fitzgerald, "The Children's Illustrated Clausewitz." See also Spencer Ackerman, "The Bible of Western War, Now Featuring Cartoon Animals." Wired, 18 July 2011.
KING'S COLLEGE LONDON • BLOGS OF WAR
"Kings of War" is a blog evidently maintained without official blessings by various faculty and research students of the Department of War Studies, King's College London. Not to be confused with its fellow blog, Defence-In-Depth: Research from the Defence Studies Department, King's College London," which appears to have a more official flavor.
"Warriors: Politicians by other means"
by Kenneth Payne on February 1, 2010
"The Cognitive Challenge of War: Great Britain 2010"
by Kenneth Payne on January 29, 2010
"Porter rides again"
by Kenneth Payne on January 27, 2010
"Jihad and Clausewitz"
by Thomas Rid on January 9, 2010
"Strategies, analogies and Luttwak"
by Patrick Porter on January 2, 2010
"Iran’s Date with Destiny"
by Thomas Rid on December 30, 2009
"Clausewitz in Orbit: Spacepower Theory and Strategic Education"
by Bleddyn Bowen on 10 June 2015
by Robert T. Foley on 18 FEB 2015
THE ECONOMIST's CLAUSEWITZ BLOG: Defence, security and diplomacy
In this blog, The Economist's correspondents provide reporting and analysis on the subjects of defence, security and diplomacy, covering weapons and warfare, spooks and cyber-attacks, diplomats and dead-drops. The blog is named after Carl von Clausewitz, the Prussian soldier and military theorist whose classic work, On War, is still widely studied today.
J.C. Wylie: American Clausewitz? (12 APR 2009) - Positively evaluates Wylie's work without attempting to displace the former.
Ventriloquizing Clausewitz (25 FEB 2010) - Criticizes John Nagl’s discussion of Clausewitz in Nagl's Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife: Counterinsurgency Lessons from Malaya and Vietnam (2002).
The Clausewitz Studies Newsletter (monthly), edited by Vanya Eftimova Bellinger, is currently in a "creative pause." Earlier issues remain on-line.
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