Ep. 54 – Blood, Treasure, and the Decision to Go to War

June 19, 2018 00:25:51
Ep. 54 – Blood, Treasure, and the Decision to Go to War
Modern War Institute
Ep. 54 – Blood, Treasure, and the Decision to Go to War
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Show Notes

In this episode of the MWI Podcast, Jake Miraldi speaks to Cornell University associate professor and MWI adjunct scholar Dr. Sarah Kreps about her research on how countries go to war, especially democracies where the expenditure of blood and treasure impacts public support for military operations.

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