Monthly Archives: January 2013

Podcast of January 28, 2013 War Report

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In Context, Today at noon

Join us on Monday, January 28, 2013 at noon for In Context’s monthly War Report.  We’ll review the latest developments in the wars in Afghanistan, Syria and Africa.  Additionally, we’ll discuss the Pentagon’s decision to open combat positions to women. … Continue reading

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Podcast of 21 January 2013 In Context

To listen to yesterday’s In Context, click here.  After reviewing the main issues facing the CT General Assembly this year with State Representative Fred Camillo, we focus on various aspects of gun control including issues, such as, what is an … Continue reading

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In Context, Monday at noon

Join us on Monday, January 21, 2013 at noon as we discuss the top issues facing the Connecticut General Assembly this year with State Representative Fred Camillo.  Issues include gun control, the state budget and the prospect for GMO labeling.  … Continue reading

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Podcast of 14 January 2013 In Context

You can listen to yesterday’s In Context by clicking here.  After a review of recent developments in the global wars in Asia and the Mideast, we consider whether current U.S. military strategy with its reliance on technology like drones is … Continue reading

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In Context, Monday at noon

Join us on Monday, January 14, 2013 at noon as we consider whether current U.S. military strategy is antiquated.  After a review and analysis of the latest developments in the global wars, we’ll discuss the major changes in warfare strategy … Continue reading

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Podcast of the War Report of December 31, 2012

You can listen to yesterday’s War Report by clicking here.  In addition to discussing the escalation of the war in Syria, we discussed the U.S.’s efforts to contain China’s growing influence in the Pacific.

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