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Within a decade, wars will be the province of robots, autonomous machines, and AI, in deadly and Earth-altering battles. What's in store in this Brave Grave New World? Jonathan Ruhe, JINSA’s director of foreign policy, joins Edwin.

In addition, Zalmi Unsdorfer, chair of Likud-UK, will give us an update on London and Richard Heideman will discuss a forthcoming lawsuit arising out of the October 7 massacre.

AI is already reshaping how wars are fought. Foreign policy analyst Josh Block joins Edwin for an urgent look at the military impact of AI. How bad can it get?

Rabbi Elie Abadie, Juda Engelmayer, David Suissa, and Zalmi Unsdorfer provide additional reporting.

The Great War that changed the world forever. 8 million dead, 21 million wounded, 2 million missing in action, $180 billion spent—and no one knows why. But it seeded one more world war … and possibly two. Historians Chris Lovett and Sam Edelman join Edwin. with additional antisemitism and Hamas War reporting.

Can a multifront shooting war break out? Ukraine, Taiwan, Iran, North Korea. Threat analyst Ken Abramowitz, author of The Multifront War, and Hudson Institute geopolitical strategist Josh Block join Edwin to analyze the … unthinkable.

On Veterans Day, history recalls a thousand excuses for war. Scarce resources, extension of empires, defense of homelands, defense of ideologies, the craving for conquest. Millions dead, millions wounded, millions scarred, millions displaced. But have there been any “good wars?” Historian Christopher Lovett and Jewish War Veterans past National Commander Harvey Weiner join Edwin to take a hard look at the history and the near-term and far-future prospects for man’s most inhuman undertaking.