In this episode, we debate one of the most important questions in international relations and nuclear policy today: are the dragons in Game of Thrones more like nuclear weapons or conventional air power? Does George R.R. Martin deploy the dragons as analogs for nuclear weapons? Do dragons serve more of a conventional air power or close air support role in the story’s military battles? Perhaps the dragons themselves aspire to be artists and bakers rather than being typecast as weapons of war? Tim Westmyer (@NuclearPodcast) and Dr. Michael C. Horowitz (@mchorowitz) answer these questions and more.

Listen on SoundCloud by clicking here: https://soundcloud.com/supercriticalpodcast/episode-35-game-of-thrones

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