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  • emBlood Profitsem
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    Blood Profits

    Author Vanessa Neumann discussed how money from illegally purchased goods is filtered to support terrorist groups and organized crime.

    610 views
  • emRanger Gamesem
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    Ranger Games

    Ben Blum explored his cousin U.S. Army Ranger Alex Blum’s shift from soldier to criminal.

    189 views
  • emFuture Warem
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    Future War

    Retired Air Force Major General Robert Latiff examined the future of warfare and evolving technologies.

    395 views
  • Helen Thorpe Discusses emThe Newcomersem
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    The Newcomers

    Helen Thorpe talked about her book The Newcomers, in which she reports on the assimilation of 22 immigrant teenagers over the course of the 2015 school year in Denver, Colorado.

    459 views
  • emRise and Kill Firstem
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    Rise and Kill First

    Ronen Bergman, senior correspondent for Yedioth Ahronoth, talked about Israel’s use of targeted assassinations.

    272 views
  • emHow Democracies Dieem
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    How Democracies Die

    Harvard professors Steve Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt examined the causes that lead to breakdowns in democracies around the world.

    1,187 views
  • emThe Making of a Dreamem
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    The Making of a Dream

    Laura Wides-Munoz talked about U.S. immigration policy and profiled several Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients.

    177 views
  • emHacksem
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    Hacks

    Former Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair Donna Brazile talked about her book Hacks, in which she offers her thoughts on the state of the Democratic Party in the wake of Russia’s hacking…

    694 views
  • emDirectorate Sem
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    Directorate S

    Steve Coll looked at the CIA’s secret wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan and the problematic relationship between the CIA and Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

    421 views
  • emSecrecy Worldem
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    Secrecy World

    Jake Bernstein, senior journalist with the investigative team that broke the Panama Papers story, talked about what was revealed in the leaked documents.

    998 views
  • emStalinem
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    Stalin

    Professor Stephen Kotkin continued his multi-volume biography of Joseph Stalin, with a focus on Stalin’s leadership of the Soviet Union in the years leading up to World War II.

    1,369 views
  • emHidden in Plain Sightem
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    Hidden in Plain Sight

    George Mason University Professor Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco examined human trafficking in the U.S.

    981 views
  • emRight to Dreamem
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    Right to Dream

    Bill Schwab, author of Right to DREAM: Immigration Reform and America’s Future, explored the potential economic and social impact of the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act also known as…

    168 views
  • emThe Last Fighter Pilotem
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    The Last Fighter Pilot

    World War II veteran Jerry Yellin talked about his book The Last Fighter Pilot, in which he recalls his bombing missions over Japan from April to August of 1945.

    1,062 views
  • emHorse Soldiersem
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    Horse Soldiers

    From the 2010 Tucson Festival of Books, Doug Stanton discussed his book Horse Soldiers: The Extraordinary Story of a Band of U.S. Soldiers Who Rode to Victory in Afghanistan. The event was…

    456 views
  • em8 Seconds of Courageem
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    8 Seconds of Courage

    Retired U.S. Army Captain Flo Groberg talked about the event that led to his becoming the first immigrant since the Vietnam War to be awarded the Medal of Honor.

    814 views
  • emThe Taking of K129em
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    The Taking of K-129

    Josh Dean talked about his book The Taking of K-129, in which he recalls the CIA’s Project Azorian, an approximately $800 million covert operation to recover a sunken Soviet submarine. The Soviet…

    1,066 views
  • emThe Long Road to Annapolisem
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    The Long Road to Annapolis

    William Leeman talked about his book, The Long Road to Annapolis, about the development of the U.S. Naval Academy and the skepticism it received from the American public. Established in 1802, West Point was…

    139 views
  • emThe Doomsday Machineem
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    The Doomsday Machine

    Daniel Ellsberg talked about his experiences as a nuclear war planner in the early 1960s.

    853 views
  • emThe Tradeem
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    The Trade

    Jere Van Dyk talked about the intricacies of political kidnappings and described his efforts to figure out what happened during his own kidnapping and release by the Taliban in 2008.

    408 views
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