KQV Global Press Conference
Climate Change: An Unconventional Threat to National Security
September 21, 2014
This half-hour radio program will feature Dr. David Titley, Retired Rear Admiral with the US Navy and Director of the Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk at Pennsylvania State University. He will discuss "Climate Change: An Unconventional Threat to National Security” with host Council President, Dr. Steven E. Sokol.
Special Seminar and Video Conference
Understanding Germany 25 Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall
September 25, 2014
During this special seminar and video conference, students will hear from Peter Schneider, a German writer and social critic, and author of Berlin Now: The City after the Wall. Using modern Berlin as a lens, he will highlight the ways in which Berlin has become a rapidly changing metropolis. Questions will address the unintended consequences and benefits of opening the Wall, the racial tensions that exist and what influence they have on Berlin’s continued growth, and more.
Berlin Now: The City after the Wall
September 25, 2014
Since the fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago, Berlin has become a vibrant metropolis which characterizes contemporary Germany. Yet, the city remains divided. Join the GABC and the Council to celebrate the anniversary of the fall of the Wall with one of Germany’s most thoughtful social critics who will offer his perceptions and insights on one of Europe’s most vibrant cities.
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Is Syria Really that Important?
November 23, 2013
This half-hour radio program will feature Michael Doran, Senior Fellow, Saban Center for Middle East Politics, Brookings Institution. He will discuss "Is Syria Really that Important?" with host Council President, Dr. Steven E. Sokol.
Pittsburgh KQV Global Press Conference is the Council's weekly radio show, airing on KQV News Radio AM 1410 on Saturdays at 7:00 a.m. and Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Times may vary from week to week, so please check the KQV website for updates.
The half-hour program reaches more than 45,000 listeners per week. Program topics and/or times are subject to change.