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The Scholar's Stage

A forum to discuss the intersections of history, behavioral science, and strategic thought, with an emphasis on East and Southeast Asian affairs.

  • By Tanner Greer
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly 10 posts per year
  • First post on

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Mar 2023 1
Apr 2023 1
May 2023 0
Jun 2023 0
Jul 2023 1
Aug 2023 0
Sep 2023 0
Oct 2023 1
Nov 2023 1
Dec 2023 0

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Most recent posts

Wang Huning and the Eternal Return to 1975
A few years back Ross Douthat published an interesting book titled The Decadent Society: How We Became Victims of Our Own Success. The thesis of Douthat's book is simple: American society is stagnant. Our blockbusters …
On , by T. Greer, 292 words
Gaza and the Extremist’s Gambit
Can strategic sense be found in "senseless" violence? This is the question I attempt to answer in a column I have out this week for Mosaic, tilted "The Extremist's Gambit Helps Explain Why Hamas Attacked …
On , by T. Greer, 158 words
Soviets, Cybernetics, and China: A Reading Program
Two years ago I ran a small reading group that met over zoom. Our reading topic: Leninism. Curious about the claims that modern Chinese politics are an outgrowth of Marxist ideas and practice yet feeling …
On , by T. Greer, 81 words