Podcasts

Michael Kugelman, November 1, 2019

India tests Pakistan’s diplomatic efforts to gain international support change in status of Jammu and Kashmir

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Joan Johnson-Freese, September 17, 2019

Inclusion of women in decision-making ensures economic and national security

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Mike Chinoy, October 1, 2019

Failure to compromise, police over-reaction transformed one-issue protests into movements for sweeping change

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Samir Nazareth, September 10, 2019

Paradoxically, far-right leaders use globalization and the democratic process to destroy longstanding institutions that deliver prosperity and justice

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Louis René Beres, January 22, 2019

The first two years of the Trump presidency have been characterized by disdain for intellect, history, science and expertise

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John Zarobell, January 3, 2019

China and India step up soft-power competition with contemporary art and new forms of display

Joseph Chamie , January 17, 2019

World’s aging trends, powerful and irreversible, require serious rethinking of pension, health and long-term care programs

Susan Froetschel , June 22, 2018

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 the economics of climate change

Bruce Riedel , October 16, 2018

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