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Best Center For International Maritime Security Cimsec podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Center For International Maritime Security Cimsec podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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By Jared Samuelson Our old friend Sal Mercogliano (@mercoglianos) joins the program to update listeners on the impacts of COVID-19 on the maritime industry. We cover container shipping, bulk cargo, liquid, cruise lines, the shipbuilding industry, as well as the impact on mariners themselves. Sea 194 – Maritime Industry COVID-19 Update with Dr. Sal …
 
Links 1. "Stranded Seafarers Refuse to Sail on Three Ships in Australia," by Aaron Clark, Bloomberg, August 6, 2020. 2. "Supply Chain Risk Grows as Weary Crews Halt Ships and Clog Ports," by Aaron Clark, Bloomberg, August 6, 2020. 3. "Some Chinese Ports are Jammed Again on Virus Testing of Food," by Aaron Clark, Bloomberg, July 13, 2020. 4. "Rates …
 
By Jared Samuelson Our second collaboration with our ocean governance topic week partners from Stable Seas. Dr. Ifesinachi Yarwood-Okafor and Maisie Pigeon join the program to discuss their comprehensive report on the Gulf of Guinea, to include governance, maritime affluence, the Yaounde Architecture, and more! Download Sea Control 193 – Stable Sea…
 
By Alex Clarke Wowzer, it is not just another historically informed maritime current events podcast from the Bilge Pumps crew, it is a bumper double feature with the one, the only, Commodore Michael Clapp, RN (Ret.), commander of the 1982 Falklands War Amphibious Task Group, joining your regular Bilge Pumps crew for a discussion on … Continue readi…
 
By Jared Samuelson Gina Fiore (@marsecgina) and Greg Poling (@gregpoling) join the program to explore the complexities of Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing, its impact, how different countries are approaching the enforcement challenge, and its impact on coastal communities. Download Sea Control 192 – IUU Fishing and Fishing Policy i…
 
By Alex Clarke Howdy, it is another historically informed maritime current events podcast! Or The Bilge Pumps as we three naval geeks of yore call it. As an explanation, well pretty much imagine three naval historians having a chat while carrying out a medieval re-enactment, but without the cool swords or place armor, plus it’s … Continue reading B…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Katie Burkhart join the podcast to discuss a wide range of Arctic issues, including Russian and Chinese activity in the Arctic, the Arctic Council, Russia’s 2035 policy document, the Northern Sea Route, and increased NATO activity in the Arctic. Download Sea Control 191 – The Arctic with Dr. … Continue …
 
Links 1. "What’s at Stake With Rising Competition in the Arctic?" by Brian Sittlow, Council on Foreign Relations, May 1, 2020 2. "The United States Must Defend Open Seas in the Arctic," by Jerry Hendrix, The National Review, May 13, 2020 3. "Why NATO Needs a Standing Maritime Group in the Arctic," by Colin Barnard, CIMSEC, May 15, 2020 4. "The U.S.…
 
By Jared Samuelson **SPOILER ALERT** Ships (not boats)! Surface Warfare Officers! Metaphorical SWO jackets! The Texas National Security Review’s Executive Editor and retired Navy Surface Warfare Officer Doyle Hodges joins the program to discuss the new film Greyhound from the perspective of a retired destroyer captain. “Meet her!” Download Sea Cont…
 
By Alex Clarke Hello, this time it’s slightly more somber than normal, but is certainly very much another historically informed maritime current events podcast! Or Bilge Pumps as we three naval geeks of yore call it. So what is episode seven all about? Well the #Bilgepumps team are being both ultra-topical and ultra-historical, as in … Continue rea…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. T.J. Linzy joins the show to discuss his paper, “The Amphibious Imperative of the French & Indian War.” Our discussion includes the reallocation of resources after early French success, what made the British realize amphibious operations would be necessary, the development of British amphibious tactics off the coast of Halifa…
 
By Alex Clarke Hoots and hoorays, it’s yet another historically informed maritime current events podcast inbound! Or The Bilge Pumps as we three naval geeks call it. As an explanation, well pretty much imagine three naval historians having a chat while kayaking, but without the kayaks or the sinking, plus it’s done by Skype…So what … Continue readi…
 
By Alex Clarke It’s another historically informed maritime current events podcast! It’s The Bilge Pumps as we affectionately call it, where we like to imagine it’s what three naval geeks who have found a particularly nice steakhouse would sound like if recorded. So what is episode five about? Well The Bilge Pumps team is talking … Continue reading …
 
By Jared Samuelson How does South America’s largest, most populous country view its maritime interests? What treaties and agreements govern its relations with its neighbors in the maritime domain? What are the Brazilian Navy’s current commitments and aspirations? Perhaps most importantly, who won the lobster war?! Hear the answers to these question…
 
By Alex Clarke Howdy, it’s once again come to pass, another historically informed maritime current events podcast is inbound! The Bilge Pumps is where three naval geeks who enjoy being monitored by the Russians (judging by the number of blonde ladies we don’t know who keep wanting to befriend us on Facebook whilst their embassy … Continue reading T…
 
By Alex Clarke Hoots and hoorays it’s another historically informed maritime current events podcast! Or Bilge Pumps as we three naval geeks call it…As an explanation, well imagine three naval historians having a chat while kayaking, but really without the kayaks or the sinking, plus it’s done over Skype. So what is episode three about? … Continue r…
 
By Jared Samuelson Navy Pier, Midway and O’Hare airports, the U.S. Navy’s Recruit Training Command, the Illinois Naval Militia (of captured Spanish ships!), paddlewheel aircraft carriers and more! New CIMSEC Chicago Chapter President Akshat Patel and Dr. Ted Karamanski join the program to discuss the new Chicago CIMSEC chapter and the city’s incred…
 
By Alex Clarke We are The Bilge Pumps, a podcast crew of three naval geeks, with occasional guests, who squeak a lot about naval stuff and sometimes when moving. We include myself – Alex Clarke – known as much for my addiction to Irn Bru as my PhD and NavalHistoryLive Youtube channel, Alex ‘Drach’ Pocklington, … Continue reading The Bilge Pumps 2 –…
 
By Alex Clarke So it’s happened, we did three episodes and the listeners have spoken, at least the ones we’ve heard from, and it was a big thumbs up. So we’re here to stay, we even have our own channel – which is lovely and currently squeaky clean, but give us five minutes and we’ll … Continue reading The Bilge Pumps 1 – Launch Episode! →…
 
By Jared Samuelson On the heels of the Grant miniseries, Dr. Anne Brinton joins the program to revisit some Civil War Naval Integration (TM) in the Western Theater: The Battle for Island Number 10! Dr. Brinton discusses time, space, and force, the composition of the river fleet, Commodore Andrew Foote, Commander Henry Walke, and the … Continue read…
 
On the heels of the Grant miniseries, Dr. Anne Brinton joins the program to revisit some Civil War Naval Integration(TM) in the Western Theater: the Battle for Island Number 10! Dr. Brinton discusses Time, Space and Force, to include the composition of the river fleet, Commodore Andrew Foote, Commander Henry Walke and the dramatic exploits of USS C…
 
By Jared Samuelson Stable Seas’ Jay Benson and the Observer Research Foundation’s Abhijit Singh come aboard Sea Control to discuss Stable Seas’ report on the Bay of Bengal, human and physical geography around the Bay, national security concerns, the difficulties of synchronizing the “blue economy,” and challenges unique to the Bay’s many riverine p…
 
By Jared Samuelson Brute Krulak Center for Creativity and Innovation Director Valerie Jackson and Dr. Heather Venable join me to discuss the lessons learned from CIMSEC’s Project Trident Chokepoints and Littorals Week! We’ll be discussing whether chokepoints are still relevant, mine warfare, chokepoints as a temporal phenomenon, and the importance …
 
By Alex Clarke Alert and cover your ears it’s another historically informed maritime current events podcast inbound! Or… Bilgepumps this week is what three naval geeks who have found a particularly tasty cake shop would sound like if recorded. So what is episode three about? Well the #Bilgepumps team are talking about the matrix, China … Continue r…
 
By Jared Samuelson Historians Keith Bird and Jason Hines join the program to discuss the development of wireless telegraphy on warships, British use of wireless command-and-control, the oft-neglected German naval intelligence failures in the First World War, and the encryption war at sea, all part of their award-winning 2018 paper, In the Shadow of…
 
Links: 1. In the Shadow of Ultra: A Reappraisal of German Naval Communications Intelligence in 1914-1918 2. Very Special Intelligence: The Story of the Admiralty’s Operational Intelligence Centre 1939-1945 3.Room 40: British Naval Intelligence, 1914–1918 4. Germany's First Cryptanalysis on the Western Front: Decrypting British and French Naval Ciph…
 
By Jared Samuelson Chokepoints and Littorals Week continues on CIMSEC! Major General Pat Donahoe, Deputy Commander for Operations, U.S. 8th Army, and Prof. Don Chisholm of the U.S. Naval War College join us to discuss why the 8th Army is known as “the Amphibious 8th,” the campaign through the southern Philippines in World War II, … Continue reading…
 
Links: 1. Joint Operational Warfare, Theory and Practice by Milan Vego 2. US Navy Operations in World War II, Vol. XIII by Samuel Eliot Morrison 3. History of the 2nd Engineer Special Brigade 4. The US Army Campaigns of World War II - Southern Philippines 5. MacArthur Reports - Operations of the 8th Army in the Southern Philippines 6. MacArthur's A…
 
By Jared Samuelson We’re kicking off our collaboration with The Krulak Center on Chokepoints and Littorals Week with a big one! Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges (ret.), former commander, U.S. Army Europe, stops by the podcast to discuss lessons learned from the exercise Defender 2020, Russia’s Black Sea strategy, and the importance of the Black Sea … Continue r…
 
By Alex Clarke Run fast, it’s another historically informed maritime current events podcast – or possibly what three naval geeks trapped in a pub would sound like if recorded. So what is part two about? Well the #Bilgepumps team is talking about China in the East and South China Seas again, what is the difference … Continue reading Sea Control Epis…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Jill Goldenziel (@jillgoldenziel) joins me (@jwsc03) to discuss the origins and types of lawfare, lawfare at sea, how the Chinese are using lawfare in the South China Sea, and what the U.S. can do to fight back. Download Sea Control 178 – Lawfare at Sea with Dr. Jill Goldenziel Links 1. … Continue reading Sea Control 178 – La…
 
By Jared Samuelson Royal Netherlands Marine Corps Lt. Col. Oscar Vanderveen and U.S. Marine Major Justin Hooker join me (@jwsc03) to discuss the NATO Amphibious Leaders Expeditionary Symposium (NALES). The group discusses the challenges facing NATO’s amphibious forces, command and control relationships, and the progress made by NALES in developing …
 
By Jared Samuelson Sea story time! Join Rear Admiral (ret.) Dr. Chris Parry, CBE (@DrChrisParry), as he shares his experiences in the Falklands War as an aviator stationed aboard HMS Antrim. He recounts Operation Paraquet, the recapture of South Georgia, the attack on the Argentine submarine Santa Fe, his impressions of the attack on HMS … Continue…
 
By Alex Clarke A historically-informed maritime current events series – or possibly the Old Top Gear/The Grand Tour team if they were interested in navies. In this episode the #Bilgepump Crew discusses China in the East and South China Seas, the future of aircraft carriers, rail guns, arsenal ships, and oh so much history. #Bilgepumps … Continue re…
 
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