10 Years After: On Reporting the Beginning of the Iraq War

In early 2003, I was among a hundred or so journalists who would every day engage in reportorial Q&A sessions at the U. S. Central Command (Forward) media center. The briefings took place in a million-dollar “media briefing warehouse” constructed on Camp As Saliyah, a Qatari military base in a desert outside Doha. At the time — and even on […]

Meet the Warlord

Inside a quiet home in Northern Virginia — sitting at a computer, typing with one finger — a man just shy of his 92nd birthday moderated an E-mail exchange for 500 of the nation’s most influential military and diplomatic thinkers.  Here is the 3 1/2-minute profile I produced in 2013 about John Collins, known in policymaking circles as The Warlord.

Robot Wars: A Documentary about Drones

In future wars, will human soldiers be replaced by weapons that think for themselves? Lots of remotely controlled systems are already on the battlefield.  In 2012 I spoke with scientists, analysts — and the nation’s top military officer — about how remote engagement and autonomous systems might be changing the American way of war.  Here is the CBS Radio documentary that […]

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