Risk and its calculation – Foreign policy
Pentagon reporter FP Jack Detsch sits with Ret. General Stanley McChrystal, who has commanded troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, talks about his new book on Calculating Risks On and Off the Battlefield.
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This week on FP Playlist, we are offering a special co-production between Foreign police and International affairs. In the episode, FP Pentagon reporter Jack Detsch sits with Ret. General Stanley McChrystal, who has commanded troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, talks about his new book on Calculating Risks On and Off the Battlefield.
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