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  • emLetters to My Palestinian Neighborem
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    Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor

    Israeli journalist Yossi Halevi talked about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

    513 views
  • emWe Crossed a Bridge and It Trembledem
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    We Crossed a Bridge and It Trembled

    Northwestern University professor Wendy Pearlman retold the stories of Syrians whose lives have been impacted by the war in Syria.

    316 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.

    117 views
  • emDear Americaem
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    Dear America

    Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas discussed his immigration to the United States and his life as an undocumented immigrant.

    45 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.

    470 views
  • emBlindsided by the Talibanem
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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…

    278 views
  • emAspergers Childrenem
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    Asperger's Children

    Historian Edith Sheffer recounted how Austrian doctor Hans Asperger, whose work led to a better understanding of autism, was complicit in the deaths of children by the Third Reich.

    656 views
  • emIn Order to Liveem
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    In Order to Live

    Yeonmi Park talked about her book, In Order to Live: A North Korean Girl’s Journey to Freedom, about what is was like growing up in North Korea. She also spoke about her escape at age 13,…

    1,207 views
  • emNorth Korea and Regional Security in the Kim Jongun Eraem
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    North Korea and Regional Security in the Kim Jong-un Era

    Bruce Bechtol talked about his book, North Korea and Regional Security in the Kim Jong-un Era: A New International Security Dilemma, in which he discusses the challenges posed by North…

    531 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.

    171 views
  • emAmerica and the Rogue Statesem
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    America and the Rogue States

    Thomas Henriksen talked about his book, America and the Rogue States, in which he looks at the U.S.'s handling of countries like North Korea, Iran, and Iraq. The interview, part of Book…

    458 views
  • emWithout You There Is No Usem
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    Without You, There Is No Us

    Suki Kim talked about her book, Without You, There Is No Us: My Time with the Sons of North Korea’s Elite. The interview took place at the 2014 BookExpo America, the publishing industry’s…

    1,081 views
  • After Words with Jonah Goldberg
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    After Words with Jonah Goldberg

    Syndicated columnist Jonah Goldberg argued that tribalism, populism, and nationalism are threatening American democracy. He’s interviewed by John Podhoretz, editor of Commentary magazine.…

    3,301 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.

    340 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.

    202 views
  • emThe Incredible True Story of Blondy Barutiem
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    The Incredible True Story of Blondy Baruti

    Actor Blondy Baruti discussed his journey from the Congo to America.

    169 views
  • After Words with James Clapper
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    After Words with James Clapper

    Former national intelligence director James Clapper offered his insights on the U.S. intelligence community. He’s interviewed by Rep. Jim Himes of Connecticut.

    1,224 views
  • emThey Came to Toilem
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    They Came to Toil

    Author Melita Garza examined how journalistic representation impacted Mexican immigration during the Great Depression in her book, They Came to Toil: Newspaper Representations of Mexicans and Immigrants in…

    54 views
  • emThe Peace Makersem
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    The Peace Makers

    Bruce Jentleson, public policy professor at Duke University, profiled world leaders who sought peace through diplomatic actions.

    337 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.

    604 views
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