Podcasts

Susan Froetschel , June 22, 2018

Under the Trump administration, the US shifts from modeling democratic values and human rights to inspiring a hostile anti-globalization agenda targeting immigrants

Kenneth Gillingham, October 18, 2018

William Nordhaus, winner of a Nobel prize, laid the groundwork for an entire field – the economics of climate change

Bruce Riedel , October 16, 2018

Saudi Arabia is ostracized after many poor decisions by its crown prince – now accused of orchestrating a journalist’s murder

Susan Froetschel, March 29, 2018

Consumers did not realize the value of their personal data, and policies are not keeping pace with the growth of data collection and sales

Ehsan Ahrari, April 17, 2018

The Iran-Russia-Turkey nexus could be potent, but suffers from clashing strategic goals and internal contradiction

Atman Trivedi, April 19, 2018

With the Asia Pacific region in flux, US allies provide relief, including leadership on TPP and security

Marc Grossman, April 3, 2018

The US must convince India that it has a strategy for the Indo-Pacific-region for countering China’s increasing dominance in Asia

Will Hickey, October 19, 2017

Growing numbers of refugees cross multiple borders, and nations tighten rules to separate those who pursue economic versus political

Humphrey Hawksley, September 19, 2017

Fast, factual reporting on disasters is essential, but instant broadcasts and problem sources with vested interests complicate journalism’s role

Susan Froetschel, August 29, 2017

Sand is indispensable for construction, roads and oil recovery – even as nations try to protect coasts and supplies