Weekend Reading & Selected Links

Happy weekend! Here are some links to things I've been reading that you might also enjoy:

1. 'Adversarial Collaboration', an EDGE lecture by Daniel Kahneman, including comments on why he has now fully disavowed the 'priming' chapter in Thinking, Fast and Slow.

2. Putin's now-famous 2007 Munich speech. Context on the speech here.

3. ''Yes, He Would': Fiona Hill on Putin and Nukes', a recent POLITICO interview.

4. How to Survive Being Attacked by Nuclear Missiles, in 60 Seconds.

5. 'History restarts', a new Substack post by Antonio García Martínez, reminding us what Fukuyama really meant by the 'end of history'.

Have a great weekend,