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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Fearless Navy Bloggers Take to the Air: Episode 14 Multilateralism at Sea 3/28/2010 - Midrats on Blog Talk Radio

Coming Sunday 1700EST (R)/2200Z: Episode 14 Multilateralism at Sea 3/28/2010 - Midrats on Blog Talk Radio:
Join Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander" and EagleOne from the blog "EagleSpeak" as they look at multilateralism at sea; how different nation's navies work together.

From piracy to exercises to warfighting - what are the plusses and minuses of working with other nations at sea? Are we leveraging the capabilities of other nations enough - or are we in danger of relying on them too much? How does the American Navy see working with other naval forces - and how do they look at working with us? What special capabilities do other nations have that we don't, and what could we learn from them? What do the lessons from multilateralism in ground combat in Afghanistan, and multilateralism against pirates tell us?

Our guests will be Hans de Vreij and James S. Robbins. Hans de Vreij is the Netherlands correspondent at Jane's Defence Weekly, and the Security and Defence specialist at Radio Netherlands Worldwide. He received his education at the University of Amsterdam. Previously, he was Economics, web editor, and EU & NATO correspondent for Radio Netherlands World.

James S. Robbins is Senior Editorial Writer for Foreign Affairs at the Washington Times. He is also author of the book, Last in Their Class: Custer, Pickett and the Goats of West Point, and a political commentator and contributing editor for National Review Online. Dr. Robbins holds a Ph.D. and Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Medford, Massachusetts. He also has Masters and Bachelors degrees in Political Science from the University of Cincinnati. In addition to contributing to a wide variety of publications, he served in government for ten years, and in 2007 was awarded the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joint Meritorious Civilian Service Award.

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