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The video game industry has come a long way since Pac Man, but with all of these companies out there, how can we possibly know who's WINNING at MAKING VIDEO GAMES?!? Fear not! Hosts Brian Bishop, Mike Matthews and Moses Agboola cover the video game industries' hottest news stories every week and rank every company, so we can once and for all, every week, every month and every year FINALLY put it to rest: Who Won Video Games in this age of... MODERN CONSOLE WARFARE.
 
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Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine disproves many recent predictions about the future of war. This includes the predictions about the death of the law of war. The perception of the legitimacy of war depends in large part on seemingly ancient notions of Jus Ad Bellum and Jus in Bello. The war in Ukraine shows that legitimacy, or loss of legitimacy, has se…
 
The primary purpose of any nation’s military force is to fight and win its wars. However, the military instrument of national power does much more than that. Most of those things keep the nation from having to fight wars. US and NATO support to Ukraine provides examples of the non-conflict roles of the military instrument. If you think this materia…
 
Since 2014, Moscow has used mercenaries in Ukraine, Syria, Africa, and other places to exert military power without accountability. Although these mercenaries, commonly referred to as the Wagner Group, never left Eastern Ukraine, they are now active again with the Russian invasion. Why? What is their value in a conventional war? What dangers do the…
 
Russia's use of Militias in the ongoing war has been very different than Ukraine's. The way these militias and auxiliaries act as an element of a nation’s military power will reflect the goals, objectives, and strategic vision of the nation that is using them. The danger is that forces that do not fulfill the criteria of a legitimate belligerent un…
 
The military element of national power is not just regular armed forces fighting on the battlefield. This episode begins to look at the varied means and methods of using military power, once again drawing observations from the current war in Ukraine. I begin with the use of militias and mercenaries.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
If war is a continuation of political intercourse with the addition of other means, what are those other means? How do we apply them for success in war and operations short of war? What does that mean for Ukraine? This podcast begins to answer those questions by looking at Economic Warfare.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
In 1938 the Western powers allowed Nazi Germany to annex the border regions of Czechoslovakia and, a few months later, dismember the rest of that country. Some people say that this model is replaying itself today. Have we learned from history? Have others learned lessons we have not?저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
Initiative, Imagination, Independence. These principles seem more important than ever in today’s vague, ambiguous, complex, and uncertain strategic environment. But, has the United States gone in another direction? COL Jayson Altieri of the USAF Air War College joins me to discuss this.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
On This Week's Episode we dive deep into today's Nintendo Direct and talk about all of the wild shit that was announced. The fact that we're talking about the obscure JRPG Live A Live in 2022 is completely bonkers to me, but here we are. Also, Mario Kart 8 DLC, The Brillaint looking new Kirby game, and SUPER MARIO STRIKERS IS BACK BABYYYYYYYYYYYYY.…
 
On This Week's Episode the eternal consolidation of the video game industry continues, as Sony buys Bungie to stick it to Microsoft, and the New York Times purchases current flash-in-the-pan Wordle. The latest NFT bungle comes from an unlikely studio. EA decides to give it another shot at overextending a beloved studio with too many projects. And w…
 
On This Week's Episode GEE WILLIKERS, WOWSERS, HOLY MOLY THE MADLADS AT MICROSOFT REALLY JUST BOUGHT ACTIVISION BLIZZARD FOR REAL, FFXIV finally goes back on sale, RIP Halo 3 Servers, PUBG Corp is Suing Free Fire for being what it is. But mostly we talk about the many, many angles of the ActiBlizz purchase. This Week's News Stories: Microsoft is ac…
 
On This Week's Episode we discuss Ken Levine's unorthodox management, Square Enix's grim NFT future, The Inevitable Ouya future of Chinese underground game development, and Sony's vendetta against Bend Studio. This Week's News Stories: Ghost Story Games Being Terrible: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-01-03/bioshock-creator-s-next-game-…
 
In the previous episode I proposed that Tolstoy’s statement that all happy families are alike and that all unhappy families are unhappy in their own way, might also apply to success and failure in war. In that podcast, I asserted that that all successful wars are alike. Now I will explore the idea that every unsuccessful war is unsuccessful in its …
 
Tolstoy's novel Anna Karenina begins: "All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Could this line from the author of “War and Peace” also apply to war? That is the topic of this episode of the Ancient Art of Modern Warfare.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
Prior episodes described what Quasi-mercenary forces are, what they do, how they get their support, and who controls them. The big question is what – if anything -- we can do about them? I am joined by Dr. Deborah Avant of the University of Denver, Dr. Sorcha McLeod of the UN Working Group on Mercenaries, and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of De…
 
Who commands or controls modern mercenary activity? Who really calls the shots for the Wagner Group or other mercenary organizations? Accountability depends not just on knowing who, but being able to prove it.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
Moving from what mercenary-like organization are and where they operate, we need to know how today’s mercenary-like activities threaten peace and security in Africa, the Middle East, and even Europe? How do they threaten the vital interests of the United States, in particular, and Western interests in general? In other words, why should we care?…
 
Why do governments choose to use mercenaries rather than their own armed forces or those of partner national armies or international organizations? More important, why do some governments invite mercenaries into their countries? The answers may surprise you.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
In Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East, new reports emerge of mercenary-like activity. Why do governments seek help from mercenaries? How can some governments and even media consider them a force for good? This episode begins a series on that subject.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
Current movements to cancel certain historical persons risks cancelling our history, leaving us without a map of our past and guidance for our future. We should not ignore the importance of historical persons' thoughts and achievements, nor the faults which made them human.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
Sun Tzu said: “If one party is at war with another, and the other party does not realize it is at war, the party who knows it is at war almost always has the advantage and usually wins.” Is the United States already at war with China, and we just don’t know it? Chinese military doctrine indicates that we are.…
 
Armed forces may be designed and built from the top down, but combat effectiveness is a bottoms-up process. In this podcast, I interviewed four junior non-commissioned officers of different services and combat specialties, asking them what they think are the most serious challenges our armed forces face today. After all, they are the ones who will …
 
The enduring attributes for Seapower dominance can provide insights for the Spacepower Domain. COL Jayson Altieri, US Army Retired and Instructor at the Air War College joins me to examine the distinct and essential characteristics of seapower and what lessons we can draw from that for understanding spacepower the Ancient Art of Modern Warfare.…
 
This podcast steps down from high level military theory to practical application of what Landpower dominance looks like, and why it has been and will continue to be essential for military success. This provides a basis for thinking about the unique and essential role of Spacepower dominance.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
To develop a theory of warfare for the spacepower domain we need to look at military theory as it already exists. Understanding the overall framework of war lets us understand how the Space domain is both distinct from land, sea, and air power domains and how the space domain is essential to achieving the ends of military theory.…
 
The US Space Force is organized and new Spacewar doctrine will soon be published, but what is the overarching theory for the Space Domain of warfare? How might this differ from long-standing land, air and space power theory? This is an introduction to a multi-part discussion with some of the best people I know to discuss military theory.…
 
How long has biological warfare been with us? How effective has it been? What are its real dangers and how can we manage the risks? Reflecting the current challenge civilization faces right now, this podcast addresses the history and impact of biological warfare.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
In this podcast continues the discussion with Doug Brooks, founder of the International Peace Operations Association, discussing the challenges that standards compliant companies face in post-conflict and fragile state markets and how to meet those challenges.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
Along with Proxy Warfare, we also see the rise of proxy peace-fare. Contractors perform roles that many people see as proper to governments. Doug Books, founder of the International Peace Operations Association, discusses the role contractors perform in post-conflict and fragile States.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
The emergence of Quasi-Mercenary Organizations challenges the concept of State monopoly of violence and the legitimacy of PMCS. Governments and other stakeholders need to work together to meet this threat. Originally intended for presentation to the UN Working Group on Mercenaries.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
With the proliferation of proxy wars, anti-terrorism operations, and mercenaries, can we still fulfill the criteria for justice in going to war and justice in the conduct of war? COL Mayer and BG Dolan discuss this question using the example of recent actions between the United States and Iran.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
The third principle of Jus in Bello, after Military Necessity and Humanity, is Honor. Is honor relevant in modern combat, or an archaic concept that died in the trenches of WW1? Col. Jayson Altieri, USA RET of the US Air War College joins Col. Mayer for the discussion.저자 Chris Mayer National Security and Strategy Consultant
 
Answers to questions from podcast listeners from Dr. Deborah Avant, University of Denver and author of "The Market for Force" and Mr. Doug Brooks, President Emeritus of the International Stability Operations Association. They respond to questions about PMSCs, their status in international law, and interaction with military forces. In short, they an…
 
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