Introducing #NatSec2016

September 14, 2015

There is no shortage of media coverage of the 2016 presidential election.  And of course, the campaigns are only going to garner more and more airtime, ink, and kilobytes in the months to come.  But in an election cycle when national security, defense, foreign policy are bigger political issues than they have been in years, who is better positioned than War on the Rocks to give you the skinny?

Today, we’re thrilled to announce our newest newsletter and channel.  #NatSec2016 will offer our readers (and listeners — check out the podcast!) a place to engage with the politics of national security.  Where do the candidates come down on key issues from the Islamic State to Chinese cyberattacks?  How are the campaigns faring as they strive to establish their candidates’ foreign policy chops? What’s happening in Congress? Whereas the rest of War on the Rocks is generally focused on policy and strategy, #NatSec2016 is all about politics.

At #NatSec2016, you’ll find analysis, opinions, and interviews.  We’ll continue to bring great guests in to record podcasts.  And you can sign up below for our custom #NatSec2016 newsletter.  Once a week, you’ll get a roll-up of all of the important campaign developments related to the security and foreign policy issues you care about, sent straight to your inbox.  Best of all, because it’s War on the Rocks, you can be sure that you’ll be hearing from some of the most insightful and most experienced people around.





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