Brandon J. Weichert joined Seth Leibsohn on his popular Phoenix-based talk radio program to discuss the Biden Administration’s desperate attempts to get Iran to sign a deal–any deal–in Vienna, Austria. We remember Claremont Fellow, Angelo Codevilla and his impact on US foreign policy and conservative politics. And we discuss China’s hypersonic missile threat and how the United States has no viable defense against it.
“US and Iran Seek to Break Impasse at Talks on Reviving Nuclear Deal” – BBC
Lahav Harkov, “Iran Insists Vienna Talks Not on Nuclear Issues Days Before Meeting with US,” – Jerusalem Post
“As Vienna Talks Resume, Israel, UK Say They’re Working Jointly to Block Nuclear Iran,” – Times of Israel
Sammy Magdy, “Saudi-Led Coalition Strikes Yemen’s Rebel-Held Capital,” – AP
Thomas Codevilla & Brian T. Kennedy, “In Memory of Angelo Codevilla (1943-2021)” – American Mind
Hadley Arkes, David Corbin, Peter Thiel, Alfred A. Balitzer, David P. Goldman, Michael Ledeen, Carnes Lord, Robert R. Reilly, “Angela Maria Codevilla (1943-2021)” – Claremont Review of Books
Angelo Codevilla, “While Others Build: The Common Sense Approach to the Strategic Defense Initiative,” (Free Press), 1988.
Brandon J. Weichert, “America’s ‘Maginot Line’ in Space,” – Dallas Morning News
Joseph Trevithick, “China’s Mysterious Hypersonic Weapon That Can Stay in Orbit According to Space Force General” – The Drive
Josh Rogin, “Space Force General: China and Russia Attacking U.S. Space Assets ‘Every Day'” – Washington Post