Interviewed by Terry Glavin of the Ottawa Citizen on the implications for our interpreters and locally employed people.
A bit of a change of plans at the International Spy Museum, so we’ve rescheduled to 7 July. See you then!
Join me with Andrew Hammond on our discussion of the intelligence aspects of my latest book “Emergency War Plan: The American Doomsday Machine, 1945-1960” on the International Spy Museum SpyCast.
Doug Diaciuk, TBNewswatch Based on an interview with yours truly.
Getting interviewed by media today on the November 1956 crash of the B-47 north of Thunder Bay. This occurred during the Hungarian-Suez crisis and it was part of a 72-bomber SAC flourish in the Arctic directed at Nikita Khrushchev….after he sent more than 20 Soviet bombers into the Arctic. I
In Deconstructing Dr. Strangelove I discuss a 1956 visit to Moscow by Generals Nathan Twining and Thomas Power. During this visit, the behaviour of the Soviet leadership led Power to formulate a deterrent strategy directed personally at Khrushchev, one that paid off during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The details of
From a 1955 Current Intelligence Bulletin.
A thought-provoking exposition of possible technologies applied to a future battlefield riddled with something worse than COVID-19….
Mask up and stay safe, just like the B-52 crews! (available at Bomber Patches)
Big shout out to my former students Jess Davis and Leah West on their new article, “Measuring Impact, Uncovering Bias? Citation Analysis ofLiterature on Women in Terrorism”by Jessica Davis, Leah West, and Amarnath Amarasingam at: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/binaries/content/assets/customsites/perspectives-on-terrorism/2021/issue-2/davis-et-al.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0Dq5hBS_NNg9s2Y0e_KCjSLFBxOPva7L2SXiEWnHLYo8nNSjyR9ouGhxM