StrategyTalk by StrategyPage

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Jim and Austin travel through 100+ years of Turkish history.
Jim and Austin explore how politicians tinker with their country’s military.
Jim and Al discuss Al’s book ‘To Train The Fleet For War’ which covers the U.S. Navy fleet problems, from 1923-1940. The look at how the lessons of training a fleet apply to today.
Jim and Austin discuss the possibilities of conflict close to the Arctic circle.
Jim talks about the development of Empires of the Middle Ages. Also, Jim discusses play testing.
Jim and Austin discuss the recent incidents between Israel and Iran. Some of the other mischief Iran is mentioned.
Jim and Al discuss the problems that many countries are having with their new Warships. Also, the mention some of the successes.
Jim and Al discuss FONOPs in the South China Sea by several countries besides the United States.
Jim talks about some of the series games that SPI published. The discussion even strays into discussing Scrimmage and other unpopular designs.
Jim and Austin examine China’s population problem and it is not what you might think.
StrategyPage starts a Turkey section, Jim and Austin tell us why. Further, they explain where Turkey is involving itself in the world in 2021.
Jim and Austin talk about how Afghanistan is entwined with Pakistan, and no matter what is done, Afghanistan will remain in turmoil.
Jim and Austin point out how violence declined in 2020 and how they see that trend continuing.
Jim talks about SPI’s Sci-Fi and Fantasy games. We then discuss several of Jim’s most successful games including World War I.
We talk to Jim about reader feedback in Strategy and Tactics. The discussion moves on to the monster games of SPI. We round things off with a discussion of several of Jim’s early political games including ‘Up against the Wall Mother F!#!#%’ and
Jim and Austin discuss the on-going civil war in Libya and Turkey’s involvement there. They also examine the Turkish use of mercenaries in the dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Jim and Al talk about how they and SPI made playtesting a priority and how it became a ritual at the company. They also discuss the Fall of Rome, the first purpose-designed solitaire war game, and solitaire wargaming in general.
Jim and Austin analyze and break down Russia's problems and how the Bear can still cause havoc.
Jim, Al, and Austin talk PanzerBlitz, Panzergruppe Guderian, Panzerarmee Afrika, Outdoor Survival and a whole lot more.
Jim and Austin examine the possibilities of China triggering a war in the South China Sea. They, also, explore the recent launch of a Chinese anti-carrier ballistic missile.
Jim discusses working on Jutland for Avalon Hill and Tom Shaw. We, also, talk to Jim about the early days of Strategy & Tactics and how it was produced.
Jim and Austin discuss the myriad of problems facing Iran including some very aggressive Israeli actions.
Jim Dunnigan tells how he discovered wargames. We all so cover the intersection of military wargaming and commercial wargaming.
Jim and Austin talk about how history has been erased throughout history.
Jim and Austin talk about Space Force and the current militarization of space.
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