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  • emA Blueprint for Warem
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    A Blueprint for War

    Susan Dunn, humanities professor at Williams College, recounted FDR’s efforts to ready America militarily for World War II.

    391 views
  • emIn Order to Liveem
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    In Order to Live

    North Korean defector Yeonmi Park discussed her book, In Order to Live: A North Korean Girl’s Journey to Freedom.

    161 views
  • After Words with Malcolm Nance
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    After Words with Malcolm Nance

    Former military intelligence officer Malcolm Nance examined cyber warfare and other tactics used by Russia to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. He was interviewed by Suzanne…

    3,321 views
  • emVanishing Frontiersem
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    Vanishing Frontiers

    Andrew Selee, president of the Migration Policy Institute, discusses Mexico’s transformation over the past twenty years and its influence on the U.S.

    391 views
  • After Words with David Corn and Michael Isikoff
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    After Words with David Corn and Michael Isikoff

    Journalists David Corn and Michael Isikoff reported on how Russian hackers attempted to influence the 2016 Presidential election. They were interviewed by Democratic Representative Joaquin…

    2,383 views
  • emChina Rxem
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    China Rx

    Rosemary Gibson talked about the risks of the U.S. depending on China to supply the essential ingredients for many of our most widely used medicines.

    1,385 views
  • emJ Robert Oppenheimer The Cold War and the Atomic Westem
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    J. Robert Oppenheimer, The Cold War, and the Atomic West

    In his book, J. Robert Oppenheimer, The Cold War, and the Atomic West, author Jon Hunner told the story of Oppenheimer’s role in the Manhattan Project, the creation of Nuclear Weapons, and the development of…

    215 views
  • emGeneral Ashcroftem
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    General Ashcroft

    In General Ashcroft: Attorney at War, Nancy Baker explored how Attorney General John Ashcroft expanded the power of the U.S. terrorism. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their…

    132 views
  • emPocketful of Rocketsem
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    Pocketful of Rockets

    Jim Eckles, a 30-year employee of the White Sands Missile Range, provided insight into his book, Pocketful of Rockets: History and Stories Behind the White Sands Missile Range. C-SPAN’s Local Content…

    99 views
  • emThe Third Revolutionem
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    The Third Revolution

    Council on Foreign Relations Asia Studies director Elizabeth Economy offered her thoughts on Xi Jinping and the future of China.

    804 views
  • Author Discussion on the USMexico Border
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    Author Discussion on the U.S.-Mexico Border

    Authors Francisco Cantu and Stephanie Elizondo Griest shared their stories about the U.S. - Mexico border.

    332 views
  • emBring the War Homeem
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    Bring the War Home

    University of Chicago history professor Kathleen Belew talked about military veterans who have joined the white power movement in America since the mid-1960s.

    1,108 views
  • emSuicide of the Westem
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    Suicide of the West

    Syndicated columnist Jonah Goldberg argued that tribalism, populism, and nationalism are threatening American democracy.

    929 views
  • emRescue Boardem
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    Rescue Board

    Rebecca Erbelding of the Holocaust Museum provided a history of the War Refugee Board, created in 1944 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt with the objective of assisting Jewish refugees.

    439 views
  • emBrothers of the Gunem
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    Brothers of the Gun

    Molly Crabapple talked about the war in Syria and told the stories of three Syrian men who came of age during it.

    236 views
  • emOur Woman in Havanaem
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    Our Woman in Havana

    Former Cuba ambassador Vicki Huddleston discussed the relationship between Cuba and the United States.

    367 views
  • emFrom Cold War to Hot Peaceem
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    From Cold War to Hot Peace

    Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia (2012-2014), talked about U.S.-Russia relations since 1989.

    875 views
  • emNursing Civil Rightsem
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    Nursing Civil Rights

    Spelman College history professor Charissa Threat looked at the different struggles that African American women and white men faced in breaking into the Army Nurse Corps.

    143 views
  • emThe China Missionem
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    The China Mission

    Daniel Kurtz-Phelan, executive editor of Foreign Affairs, chronicled George Marshall’s efforts to end the Chinese Civil War.

    761 views
  • After Words with Mohammed Al Samawi
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    After Words with Mohammed Al Samawi

    Mohammed Al Samawi details his journey to escape death threats and the war in Yemen after becoming an interfaith activist by connecting globally with Jews and Christians via social media.…

    743 views
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