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Richard Betts, John R. MacArthur, William Nordhaus, and Ernesto Zedillo, February 21, 2003

The panel answers questions of a possible war with Iraq and its consequences.

Richard Betts, John R. MacArthur, William Nordhaus, and Ernesto Zedillo, February 21, 2003

Ernesto Zedillo, Director of the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, moderated this panel discussion that examined three different angles of a possible war with Iraq.

In addition to Mr. Zedillo, panelists included: Richard Betts, a political scientist at Columbia University, John R. MacArthur, a journalist of many years’ experience, and William Nordhaus, a Yale economist.

YaleGlobal, February 15, 2007

Sir Nicholas Stern and his team report the findings of a 700-page review that predicts econoomic costs of global warming. Introduction by Ernesto Zedillo. Please install Real Player and click download in order to see the video.

Thomas L. Friedman, March 30, 2007

In an interview, Thomas L. Friedman talks about how global climate change intensified by globalization will create new types of jobs.

Benazir Bhutto, August 7, 2007

In an exclusive interview before her death, former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto offers both warnings and plans for her country.

Bruce Ackerman et all, March 26, 2003

The panel answers questions on the current conflict in Iraq. Please install Real Player and click download in order to see the video.

Ted Turner, February 21, 2008

Ted Turner, co-founder of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, gave the keynote address at the Center’s nuclear weapons abolition conference. In his speech, he implored the audience to make nuclear disarmament a reality.

Rajendra K. Pachauri, April 18, 2008

In an interview, Rajendra K. Pachauri, director-general of the Energy Research Institute, explains that climate change affects countries and setting any global policy requires value judgments and leadership.

Husain Haqqani, October 15, 2008

Husain Haqqani - ambassador of Pakistan to the United States - discusses the sustainability of Pakistan’s democracy, border disputes with India and his nation’s capability for controlling terror and its own destiny.

John Gaddis, Charles Hill, Donald Kagan, Paul Kennedy, Ellen Lust-Okar, March 3, 2003

Moderated by Yale Professor of History John Gaddis, this public teach-in brought together Yale historians Donald Kagan and Paul Kennedy and political scientists Charles Hill and Ellen Lust-Okar for an evening of discussion and debate on the current conflict in Iraq. Please install Real Player and click download in order to see the video.

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