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South Korean Missile Tracking

ACW Podcast

In today’s podcast, Aaron and Jeffrey discuss the geolocation work that underpinned Jeffrey’s research for his novel and how open source investigations can be leveraged to inform analysis. Links of Note: Previous Arms Control Wonk Podcast episodes on South Korea’s missile arsenal: South Korea’s Missile Arsenal Expands The Hyunmoo-2C: South Korea’s 800km Missile Jeffrey’s new …

The Perils of Small-Group Thinking

Quote of the week: “I have nowhere to go and nowhere to go when I get back from there.” — A.R. Ammons, “Still” Creativity can be a singular expression or can be nurtured in small groups. The longer the workplace corridor and the more authorizations required, the more creativity can be rubbed out. Creativity can …

KCN-eh? July’s other North Korea Developments

It’s a family pod today! Andrea, Aaron, and Jeffrey review July’s new North Korean developments. They dive into the developments at Sohae Satellite Launching Grounds, sanctions enforcement, and the repatriation of POW/KIA remains from the Korean War.  Links of Note: Treasury’s press release of sanctions ordered against the Russian Agrosoyuz Commercial Bank. Imagery analysis from …

On the 73rd Anniversary of Hiroshima

The imprint on public consciousness of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, which occurred 73 years ago today, has faded greatly. The hibakusha, or survivors of the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which killed more than 130,000 and left tens of thousands of others with horrendous injuries, have been the most ardent proponents of nuclear …

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