Speaker - Samuel Gardiner

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Sam Gardiner is a retired U.S. Air Force colonel who has taught strategy and military operations at the National War College, Air War College, and Naval War College. In 2004, he conducted a war game organized by the Atlantic Monthly to gauge how an American president might respond, militarily or otherwise, to Iran’s rapid progress toward developing nuclear weapons. He recently designed and conducted a series of war games on irregular warfare in Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and Poland for the U.S. Air Force. He has been involved in planning and facilitating recent State Department strategy reviews on Burma, Kosovo, Haiti, Bangladesh, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zimbabwe, and Nepal. He has been supporting the Brookings Institution on simulations focused on U.S. strategy for Cuba. He is the author of The Century Foundation Report, The End of the “Summer of Diplomacy”: Assessing the U.S. Military Options on Iran (2006).

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Pressuring Iran: What Will Do the Trick?

10.22.08 | 01:32:12 min | 1 comment