Ep. 30 – Zombies and Global Security, with Max Brooks

July 19, 2017 00:20:12
Ep. 30 – Zombies and Global Security, with Max Brooks
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Ep. 30 – Zombies and Global Security, with Max Brooks
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Show Notes

In this episode, Capt. Jake Miraldi talks to Max Brooks, bestselling author of "World War Z" and "The Zombie Survival Guide" about how he uses zombies in his books as a stand-in for the kinds of major crises that transcend borders and require coordinated responses, often with a military component. The conversation also touches on society's civil-military gap, the importance of creative thinking for military leaders, and more.

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