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The Crisis in U.S. Middle East Policy feat. Ambassador Gerald Feierstein

The Crisis in U.S. Middle East Policy feat. Ambassador Gerald Feierstein

 
 
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In our latest episode of The World Affairs Report, host Katy Caliguiri speaks with Ambassador Gerald Feierstein, diplomat and senior vice president of the Middle East Institute, regarding the current state of U.S. Middle East policy. Amb. Feierstein retired from the U.S. Foreign Service in May 2016 after a 41-year career with the personal rank … Read More

Maximum Pressure: Is the U.S. Campaign Against Iran Working? Featuring Seth G. Jones

Maximum Pressure: Is the U.S. Campaign Against Iran Working? Featuring Seth G. Jones

 
 
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On our latest episode of The World Affairs Report, host Angélica Ocampo is joined by Seth G. Jones, director of the Transnational Threats Project. Dr. Jones explains the impact of the U.S. “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran, its effectiveness, and what the implications are for both countries and for the rest of the world. As … Read More

Civil Wars: The Future of the Middle East and Implications for Global Security, Featuring Ross Harrison

Civil Wars: The Future of the Middle East and Implications for Global Security, Featuring Ross Harrison

 
 
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Angélica Ocampo speaks with Professor Ross Harrison on the current state of affairs in the Middle East, how U.S. interests are affected, and what it means for the future.  The civil wars in Syria, Yemen, Iraq and Libya have had devastating effects on the populations in these countries, and they have drawn in most of … Read More

The Impact of Social Media on International Affairs

The Impact of Social Media on International Affairs

 
 
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On this week’s edition of The World Affairs Report, host Anna Harrison is joined by Lieutenant Colonel Shaw Pick from the Eisenhower College Program at the Army War College, located in Carlisle, PA. Together they discuss the impact social media has had on international affairs today, specifically the weaponization of social media by major world powers.

China’s Long Game on Human Rights

China’s Long Game on Human Rights

 
 
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On our newest episode of The World Affairs Report, host Anna Harrison is joined by Mr. Ted Piccone, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution to discuss human rights, and specifically human rights in China. With a long history of criticisms and distrust in regards to human rights, Mr. Piccone explains how China is rewriting … Read More

Like War: The Weaponization of Social Media

Like War: The Weaponization of Social Media

 
 
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On this episode of the World Affairs Report, P.W. Singer, political strategist and senior fellow at the New America Foundation, joins host Anna Harrison to discuss his latest book, LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media.

How Does Russia See the World?

How Does Russia See the World?

 
 
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On this episode of The World Affairs Report, our host, Anna Harrison, is joined by retired Brigadier General Peter B. Zwack to discuss the status of relations between the United States and Russia.

North Korea in Transition: Turning Point, Break Point, or Missed Opportunity?

North Korea in Transition: Turning Point, Break Point, or Missed Opportunity?

 
 
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The world focus has once again shifted to what will become of U.S.-North Korean relations, in light of the upcoming summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-un set to occur on February 27th in Hanoi, Vietnam. On our newest episode of The World Affairs Report, host Anna Harrison is joined by Scott A. Snyder, senior … Read More