Information Technology and Military Power
Jon Lindsay, professor at the University of Toronto, discussed whether technological advances in military technology are helping or hindering soldiers in combat. This virtual event was hosted by the Cato Institute.
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Eugene Gholz Associate Professor University of Notre Dame->Political Science Department
Jon Lindsay Professor University of Toronto
John E. Mueller Senior Fellow Cato Institute
Jacquelyn Schneider Senior Fellow Hoover Institution at Stanford University
Brandon Valeriano Senior Fellow Cato Institute
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