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    What Game Theory Teaches Us About War

    This short 10 min video breaks down US (and other nations) foreign policy mistakes and misunderstandings using Game Theory. I was introduced to game theory when I worked for AL-KO Kober, an international company who had major CNC metal working plants in the US, but I'd never had it presented in relation to geo-politics. If you're not familiar, or even if you are, it's worth a few mins of your time....it'll really put things into a logical structure in your head of "Dos and Don'ts"


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    Reinforces the idea that declaring war or military action should go through congress and why things are screwed up because we don't.
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