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  • Author Discussion on Investigative Journalism
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    Author Discussion on Investigative Journalism

    Authors Stephanie Gorton and Chris Hamby offered their thoughts on investigative journalism and its role in a democracy. This was a virtual event hosted by the Southern Festival of Books in…

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  • emWheels of Courageem
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    Wheels of Courage

    Journalist David Davis provided a history of the first wheelchair basketball teams comprised of World War II veterans. This was a virtual event hosted by Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena,…

    195 views
  • emMidnight in Chernobylem
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    Midnight in Chernobyl

    Adam Higginbotham talked about his book, "Midnight in Chernobyl, about the 1986 nuclear disaster in Ukraine. This virtual event was part of Norwich University’s Military Writers' Symposium[

    115 views
  • emIsolationismem
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    Isolationism

    Georgetown University international affairs professor Charles Kupchan looked back at American foreign policy and isolationism. This was a virtual event hosted by TownHall Seattle.

    70 views
  • emBattlegroundsem
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    Battlegrounds

    Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster (Ret.), former National Security Adviser to President Trump, talked about the foreign policy and national security challenges facing the United States. This virtual…

    260 views
  • emThe Road from Raqqaem
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    The Road from Raqqa

    Jordan Ritter Conn, a staff writer for The Ringer, detailed the journey of two Syrian brothers, one who immigrated to the United States and the other who remained in Syria during that…

    71 views
  • emInformation Technology and Military Powerem
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    Information Technology and Military Power

    Jon Lindsay, professor at the University of Toronto, discussed whether technological advances in military technology are helping or hindering soldiers in combat. This virtual event was…

    42 views
  • Author Discussion on Immigrants Refugees and the American Dream
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    Author Discussion on Immigrants, Refugees, and the American Dream

    Authors Stephanie Griest, Sahar Mustafah, and Amra Sabic-El-Rayess talked about immigrants, refugees, and the “American Dream.” This was a virtual event hosted by the Southern Festival of…

    131 views
  • emLosing the Gameem
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    Losing the Game

    Philip Gordon, former White House Coordinator for the Middle East under President Obama, talked about failed U.S. efforts at regime change in the Middle East since the end of World War II.…

    185 views
  • emAgent Sonyaem
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    Agent Sonya

    Military historian Ben Macintyre recalled the life of Soviet intelligence officer Ursula Bolton, who assumed a false identity in an English village in the years leading up to the Cold War…

    174 views
  • emThe Last Millionem
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    The Last Million

    Historian David Nasaw discussed the one million refugees throughout Europe in the years following World War II. This was a virtual event hosted by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in…

    491 views
  • emThe New Mapem
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    The New Map

    Daniel Yergin discussed climate change, the future of energy, and the geopolitical struggle between the U.S. and China. This was a virtual event hosted by Politics and Prose Bookstore in…

    413 views
  • emThe Black Banners Declassifiedem
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    The Black Banners (Declassified)

    Former FBI special agent Ali Soufan talked about the early years of the U.S. war on terror and the methods used to extract information from suspected members of al-Qaeda. This virtual event…

    355 views
  • emAfter the Last Borderem
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    After the Last Border

    Jessica Goudeau discussed the human side of the refugee system in the United States. This virtual event was hosted by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown…

    46 views
  • emThe Last Brahminem
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    The Last Brahmin

    Texas A&M University-Central Texas History Professor Luke Nichter recalled the political career of Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., a Republican senator turned foreign policy advisor to five…

    112 views
  • emCountdown 1945em
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    Countdown 1945

    Fox News' Chris Wallace provided a history of the lead-up to the bombing of Hiroshima in August 1945. This was a virtual event hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi…

    505 views
  • emSoviet Judgment at Nurembergem
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    Soviet Judgment at Nuremberg

    University of Wisconsin history professor Francine Hirsch argued that the Soviets were integral in the coordination of the Nuremberg trials, but were also considered to be duplicitous by…

    676 views
  • emThe Apocalypse Factoryem
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    The Apocalypse Factory

    Steve Olson provided a history of the Hanford Nuclear Power Plant that was constructed in eastern Washington State in 1943 and manufactured the plutonium for the bomb that was dropped on…

    523 views
  • emThe Worldem
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    The World

    Council on Foreign Relations president Richard Haass talked about the state of the world and the foreign policy challenges facing the United States. This program was part of the 20th annual…

    215 views
  • emOne Billion Americansem
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    One Billion Americans

    Vox co-founder and senior correspondent Matthew Yglesias argued that America needs to increase its population by 1 billion in order to compete in the global marketplace. This virtual event…

    269 views
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