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    Not One Inch

    Johns Hopkins University professor Mary Sarotte looked at the expansion of NATO following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the impact it has had on the relationship between the U.S. and…

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    They Said They Wanted Revolution

    Vice News senior writer Neda Toloui-Semnani recounted her Iranian parents' decision to leave the United States and return to their home country in 1979 to be part of the political…

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    Race Crazy - BLM, 1619, and the Progressive Racism Movement

    Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE) executive director Charles Love argued that Black Lives Matter and the 1619 Project are a danger to the future of American democracy. AM560 Radio’s “The…

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    Today Hong Kong, Tomorrow the World

    Mark Clifford, former editor in chief of The Standard and the South China Morning Post, talked about China’s control over Hong Kong, which he says foreshadows what China has planned for the…

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    Author Discussion on Immigration

    Gary Gallant from the Gallant Government and Law Group and National Immigration Forum president and CEO Ali Noorani (Crossing Borders) discussed immigration issues. They spoke at the 2022…

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    The Viking Heart

    Hudson Institute senior fellow Arthur Herman discussed how the Vikings and their Scandinavian descendants shaped history. This virtual event was hosted by Norway House in Minneapolis.

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    The Fifth Horseman and the New MAD

    Strategic thinker Harlan Ullman, principal architect of the concept of “shock and awe,” argued that MAD - massive attacks of disruption (the COVID-19 pandemic for example) - are bigger…

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    Winning and Losing the Nuclear Peace

    Author Michael Krepon looked at the success of nuclear deterrence between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War and the status of these arms controls in present day. He…

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    The Revenge of Power

    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace scholar Moises Naim offered his thoughts about why authoritarians have risen in power around the world. Politics and Prose Bookstore in…

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    Volunteers - Growing Up in the Forever War

    Former U.S. Marine Jerad Alexander shared his insights on growing up in a military family and his service. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program.

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    Beautiful Country

    Qian Wang reflected on her journey as an undocumented child in America. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program.

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    Author Discussion on Immigration

    Author Julissa Arce (Someone Like Me) and investigative journalist Todd Miller (Empire of Borders) offered their thoughts on immigration. They spoke at the 2022 Tucson Festival of Books…

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    Don't Forget Us Here

    Former detainee Mansoor Adayfi talked about the 15 years he spent in prison at Guantánamo following the September 11, 2001, terror attacks. Pilsen Community Books in Chicago hosted this…

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    Gaza Conflict 2021

    Jonathan Schanzer, senior vice president for research at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, talked about the clashes between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip in 2021. This event was…

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    The Spymaster of Baghdad

    Former New York Times Baghdad bureau chief Margaret Coker spoke about a covert Iraqi intelligence unit that targeted ISIS. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program.

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    Taking Down Backpage - Fighting the World's Largest Sex Trafficker

    Former California prosecutor Maggy Krell discussed her efforts to prosecute the owners of Backpage.com for sex-trafficking. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this…

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    Our Own Worst Enemy

    US Naval War College national security affairs professor Tom Nichols offers his thoughts on the state of democracy in the United States. He spoke to Book TV at the 2022 Tucson Festival of…

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    After Words with Kevin Rudd

    Asia Society president and CEO Kevin Rudd offered his thoughts on how the U.S. and China can co-exist and avoid war in the future. He was interviewed by United States Institute of Peace…

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    After Words with Marie Yovanovitch

    Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch reflected on her career, U.S.-Russia relations, and her congressional testimony during the first impeachment hearings of former President…

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    Russia Resurrected

    Author Kathryn Stoner discussed Russia’s global strength and capacity to disrupt international politics. This was a virtual event hosted by Ohio State University’s Mershon Center for…

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