NYC Junto Podcast – Debate: Thomas Donnelly Vs Christopher Preble 2015

August 3, 2015

Thomas Donnelly and Christopher Preble

“Sustaining American security, freedom, and prosperity will require a greater assertion of geopolitical leadership and military power”

Thomas Donnelly
Defense, security analyst, American Enterprise Institute

Christopher Preble
VP for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute.
His blog post

Donnelly takes the positive. He’s defense, security policy analyst, American Enterprise Institute. Co-author with Frederick W. Kagan “Of Lessons for a Long War: How America can win on new battlefields.” Author “Ground Truth: The future of U.S. land power, co-author

“Of Men and Materiel: The crisis in military resources,” co-editor “The Military We Need: Operation Iraqi Freedom: A strategic assessment.” 1995-1999 policy group director, professional staff member House Committee on Armed Services. Member U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission.

Former editor Armed Forces Journal, Army Times and Defense News. His site here.

Preble, vice president defense, foreign policy studies Cato Institute.

Author “The Power Problem: How American military dominance makes us less safe, less prosperous and less free,” “John F. Kennedy and the Missile Gap.” Co-edited “A Dangerous World? Threat perception and U.S. national security,” “Terrorizing Ourselves: Why U.S. counterterrorism policy is failing and how to fix it.”

Has articles in NY Times, LA Times, Financial Times and Foreign Policy. Teaches U.S. Foreign Policy elective at University of California, Washington Center (UCDC). Taught history St. Cloud State and Temple Universities. He was commissioned officer U.S. Navy, onboard USS Ticonderoga (CG-47). Ph.D. history Temple University. His blog is here.

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