Loren DeJonge Schulman, War On The Rocks

Loren DeJonge Schulman

War On The Rocks

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Loren:

Then One Foggy Christmas Eve

In the tradition of British dramas, Erin, Loren, and Radha reunite for a special holiday episode. The ladies flip the script, answering a range of → Read More

One for the Road

For their 100th episode, Erin, Loren and Radha discuss new issues, like the escalating conflict at the Ethiopia-Eritrea border, old issues, like HVT → Read More

Make Good Choices! National Security Transitions and the Policy and Process Decisions

What’s the likely “second term Trump foreign policy” or “Biden foreign policy agenda”? Think pieces and Twitter threads abound, and dozens are willing to → Read More

Anticipation Is Making Me Late

Loren, Erin, and Radha are joined by their most frequent guest (Kori Schake) and a new guest (Katrina Mulligan) to discuss foreign policy issues we'll → Read More

Final Countdown

Loren, Radha, and Erin reconvene to explore many of Bombshell’s greatest hits – Brexit, troop levels in Afghanistan, and arms control. With a dash of ethnic conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh thrown in for flavor. The ladies then drop a Bombshell of their own: this fair podcast will be wrapping up in 2020. It’s the final countdown! → Read More

Karma Puh-leeze

Erin, Radha and Loren use COVID-19 as a frame to ask what this crazy time has brought to our attention, what it’s distracted us from, what it’s possibly → Read More

When There are Nine

This week, Mira Rapp-Hooper and Rebecca Lissner return to the show to discuss American grand strategy, female partnerships, and their fabulous new book, → Read More

I'm a Loser, Baby

Loren, Radha, and Erin invite Camille Stewart, non-resident fellow at Harvard's Belfer Center, to discuss all the cyber threats and how individual → Read More

It's Fun to Stay in the JCPOA

Radha, Erin, and Loren host Nina Jancowicz, disinformation fellow at the Wilson Center and author of How to Lose the Information War, to talk about the → Read More

Simple Joys of Maidenhood

This week the band is back together with Loren, Radha, and Erin once again all in the same time zone. They dive into Mike Pompeo's China speech, global → Read More

People Try to Put Us Down

With Radha and Erin on the road, Loren invites Ashely Feng, research associate for the Energy, Economics, and Security program at the Center for a New → Read More

Revenge of Cartography

In this episode of Bombshell, the ladies welcome Madelyn Creedon, former deputy administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration, to discuss → Read More

China, All the Way to New York

In this week’s episode, while Loren cleans out her office, Radha and Erin dig into an array of China-related topics: Huawei! India! Hong Kong! And last, → Read More

I'm On A Boat

This week Erin, Loren, and Radha regroup for a "what did I miss" session to discuss the events of the last few weeks. Starting with the bizarre coup that → Read More

Burning Out Our Fuse Up Here Alone

Jung Pak, senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, joins Bombshell to discuss her fascinating and timely new book: Becoming Kim Jong Un. Radha, Erin, and → Read More

I Do My Hair Toss, Check My Emails

This week the ladies are back with a normal-ish episode, complete with special guest Nora Bensahel! She helps them dive deep on COVID-19 impacts on the → Read More

The One Where We Talk About Our Feelings

This week Loren and Erin talk their way through all the coronavirus feelings: fear, hope, gratitude, some minor policy questions, and the pop culture that’s giving us life. Stay home, be safe, wash your hands. → Read More

This is Fine

Kathleen Hicks, director of the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and all-around superhero, joins → Read More

Don't Ask, Don't Get

This week Erin, Loren, and Radha reunite after a midwinter break to talk pandemics. They then turn to the Afghanistan “peace” deal, Israeli elections → Read More

A Military Straining Against Civilian Control?

In front of a live audience and with red wine in hand, the War on the Rocks podcast closed out an important conference on civil-military affairs hosted by → Read More