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    Secretary Blinken News Conference in Kabul, Afghanistan

    Secretary of State Antony Blinken made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan, where he met with Afghan leaders and visited U.S. Embassy personnel. His visit came one day after President Biden…

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    A Red Line in the Sand

    Foreign correspondent David Andelman talked about the hotspots around the world that could potentially lead to the next war. This virtual event was hosted by the Overseas Press Club.

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    Our Bodies, Their Battlefields

    British foreign correspondent Christina Lamb looked at the experiences of women during wartime and the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war. This virtual event was hosted by the Wilson…

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    Hoover Institution Library and Archives

    Started in 1919, the Hoover Institution Library and Archives has been collecting materials pertaining to war, revolution, and peace for over 100 years. Deputy Director Eric Wakin and Curator Jean Cannon…

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    Covert Intervention in Foreign Wars

    University of Chicago Political Science Professor Austin Carson discussed his book, Secret Wars: Covert Conflict in International Politics. Mr. Carson delved into the ways state powers…

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    The Dragons and the Snakes

    David Kilcullen, former counterinsurgency adviser to Gen. David Petraeus, looked at the ways hostile forces have adapted to the ways the U.S. fights wars.

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    Killer High

    Brown University’s Peter Andreas talked about the relationship between six drugs - alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, opium, amphetamines, and cocaine - and war.

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    The Knock at the Door

    Ryan Manion and Heather Kelly talked about the experience of losing a family member in a war.

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    Wartime Reporting

    Long Island University announced winners for the annual George Polk Awards in Journalism. After the winners were announced, a panel discussion was held focusing on the challenges of…

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    Author Discussion on War

    Authors Hampton Sides, On Desperate Ground; Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic, Indianapolis; and Bruce Dinges, A Just and Righteous Cause; discussed their respective military history books at the 11th…

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    Writing About War

    Frances FitzGerald, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Fire in the Lake, and Iraq War veteran Phil Klay, author of Redeployment, discussed writing about war.

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    Michael Beschloss on Presidents of War

    Historian Michael Beschloss discussed his book, Presidents of War.

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    Blindsided by the Taliban

    War correspondent Carmen Gentile talked about the war in Afghanistan and the attack by the Taliban that almost killed him. This program contains language that some viewers may find…

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    War and Democracy

    Author and philosopher A.C. Grayling spoke about the influences on war and democracy. He discussed contemporary threats to democracies relating to populism and authoritarianism, including…

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    Gregory Hellman on Congress and War Authorization

    Greg Hellman spoke by phone about a call by some legislators for a new war authorization for future Trump administration military action.

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    The Internationalists

    Yale University Law Professor Scott Shapiro discussed the 1928 international agreement to outlaw war.

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    Anatomy of Failure

    Harlan Ullman discussed why the U.S. has lost, or failed to accomplish its stated mission, in every war it has started since the end of World War II.

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    Presidential War Powers

    Professors Philip Bobbitt and Matthew Waxman talked about presidential war powers and how they’ve evolved over time.

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    History of U.S. Wars in Five Disabled Veterans

    History professor John Kinder gave an illustrated talk titled “A History of American War in Five Bodies.” Professor Kinder is the author of Paying with Their Bodies: American War and the…

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    Anti-War Movements From World War I to Present

    Michael Kazin, author of War Against War: The American Fight for Peace, 1914-1918, talked about the legacy of anti-war activities during World War I and how they influenced peace movements…

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