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EU Defense 2018
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Amb. David O’Sullivan, the European Union’s ambassador to the US, says the EU is committed its security relationship with Washington despite President Donald Trump’s tariffs on European steel and aluminum imports and the threat of a trade war during a June 13, 2018, interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in Washington. O’Sullivan stressed the importance of a close transatlantic economic and security partnership, but said that the EU “will retaliate” to the tariffs as it sees fit — citing a case it lodged with the World Trade Organization — promising the introduction of “rebalancing tariffs on an equivalent amount of US exports.” The interview was conducted during the 2018 EU Security & Defense Washington Symposium that was cohosted by the EU Delegation to the United States and the Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank.

EU Defense 2018
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Pedro Serrano, the European Union’s deputy secretary general for the Common Security and Defense Policy (or CSDP), discusses how to keep transatlantic trade disputes from contaminating security relations, the potential unifying effects of a CSDP in the European Union, the Iran nuclear deal’s dissolution, the China-EU relationship and more during a June 13, 2018, interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at the US Institute of Peace think tank in Washington. The interview was conducted during the 2018 EU Security & Defense Washington Symposium that was cohosted by the EU Delegation to the United States and the Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank.

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Bonnie Glaser, senior adviser for Asia and China Project director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, analyzes President Donald Trump’s summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore on June 11, criticizes their joint statement for (among other factors) not defining denuclearization, establishing a timeline or mentioning a verification process, discusses next steps for denuclearizing North Korea (including a declaration of its nuclear-weapon and fissile-material inventories, as well as nuclear-site details), and much more during a wide-ranging, June 12, 2018, interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at CSIS’ headquarters in Washington.

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Bruce Klingner, senior research fellow for Northeast Asia at the Heritage Foundation think tank’s Asian Studies Center, shares his takeaways from President Donald Trump’s historic, June 11, 2018, summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, calls Trump’s concession of US-South Korea military exercises during their exchange a mistake, and discusses who’s actually driving the talks, the outlook for future US-North Korea diplomacy, the impact of strategic surprise, how China factors in and more during a wide-ranging, June 12, 2018, interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at the think tank’s offices in Washington.

US Naval War College 2018
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Capt. Albert Shimkus, USN Ret., associate professor of national security affairs at the US Naval War College, discusses irregular warfare, the possibility of chemical and biological warfare being carried out at sea, the ethics of military medical staff treating non-uniformed combatants and more during a May 2018 interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in Newport, R.I.

US Naval War College 2018
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Jacquelyn Schneider, PhD, an assistant professor in the US Naval War College’s Strategic and Operational Research Department, as well as a US Air Force reservist, discusses the cyber challenge faced by the US Navy, the question of when to respond kinetically to cyber attacks, how the Navy can better harness technical talent and much more during a wide-ranging, May 2018 interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in Newport, R.I.

US Naval War College 2018
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Capt. Richard LaBranche, PhD, USN Ret., chair of the US Naval War College’s wargaming department, discusses improving wargaming, taking phase zero (or pre-hostility) considerations into account, integrating other military services’ capabilities — including air, space and cyber — into war games, and much more during a wide-ranging, May 2018 interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in Newport, R.I.

US Naval War College 2018
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Col. Tim Schultz, PhD, USAF Ret., associate dean of academics for electives and research at the US Naval War College, discusses the ethics of military technology, the school’s Graduate Certificate in Ethics and Emerging Military Technology (or EEMT) program and more during a wide-ranging, May 2018 interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in Newport, R.I.

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