Daily Dump: Podcasts Galore, The Great Game Reinvigorated, What America Owes the Uyghurs and More: July 19, 2021

Daily Dump: Podcasts Galore, The Great Game Reinvigorated, What America Owes the Uyghurs and More: July 19, 2021

As part of the Cognitive Raider Initiative, The Cognitive Warrior Project has put together a daily list of diverse articles that can easily be chosen from to play a part in developing a more mentally agile warfighter  that embraces the adaptation required for tomorrow’s battlefield. Our intent is to create a space where you can choose one or two articles a day (about 10 minutes) instead of mindlessly scrolling social media.

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July 19, 2021

The Great Game Reinvigorated: Geopolitics, Afghanistan, and the importance of Pakistan – The Strategy Bridge

Afghanistan Withdrawal: Taliban Executes Government Troops – National Interest

Fromelles – ‘Australia’s worst 24 hours’ – Sir John Monash Centre Australian National Memorial France

Podcast: The Three-Block War in Sadr City – The Spear

Podcast: Closing the Chapter: Ending Afghanistan for US Army Special Forces – Irregular Warfare Podcast

Podcast: Taking Stock of America’s Pacing Threat – MWI

The Challenges Faced by U.N. Peacekeeping Missions in Africa – The Strategy Bridge

Speaker Series: How to Engage with China – NSI

Can China Be a Real Partner in Bringing North Korea to the Nuclear Negotiating Table? – RAND

Defense Acquisition in Russia and China – RAND

Strategies to Help Prevent Suicides Among Veterans – RAND

Half of Afghanistan’s provincial capitals under threat from Taliban – Long War Journal

Podcast: Tripped Up About Tripwires – Horns of Dilemma

The Information Technology Counter-Revolution: Cheap, Disposable, and Decentralized – War on the Rocks

America’s Strategy in Oceania: Time for a Better Approach – War on the Rocks

Did Sino-American Relations Have to Deteriorate? A Better Way of Doing Counterfactual Thought Experiments – War on the Rocks

Technology Adoption: Are we too late to the party? – Small Wars Journal

Taking a Bite out of the Elephant: How to Improve Security Cooperation – Small Wars Journal

Afghanistan’s continuing role in U.S. Strategic Competition in the absence of U.S. troops – Small Wars Journal

Operational Cyberpsychology: Adapting a Special Operations Model for Cyber Operations – Small Wars Journal

Watch: Visas for Our Afghan Partners: What Does the United States Owe Its Afghan Allies? – Center for Strategic and International Studies

Toward Stronger Transatlantic Teamwork: Leveraging U.S.-German Coordination for Humanitarian Action – Center for Strategic and International Studies

What America Owes the Uyghurs – Foreign Affairs

Time to Cut Egypt Off – Foreign Affairs

Podcast: Marine Corps PhD Programs – EGA Podcast

Mission Command – Krulak Center for Innovation & Future Warfare

Watch: #TeamKrulak Wargaming – Krulak Center for Innovation & Future Warfare

Giving Diplomacy a Chance in Yemen – Lawfare

Egypt, Iraq and Jordan: A New Partnership 30 years in the Making? – Lawfare

Britain’s strategic failure: Suez Canal 1854–1882 – Wavell Room

Encryption Originalism – Just Security

On the Road to Peace, Libya Makes Progress but Hits Pitfalls – United States Institute of Peace

Russia’s New Fighter Design Seen Uncovered For The First Time (Updated) – The Drive

The Navy’s Decision to Solve Its Fighter Shortage Makes No Sense – Popular Mechanics

The Pentagon Is Bolstering Its AI Systems—by Hacking Itself – Wired

Facebook catches Iranian spies catfishing US military targets – Ars Technica

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