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8 Oct 2014
Assessing the Syrian Refugee Crisis
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
In this audio presentation, Jeffrey Crisp and Rochelle Davies discuss 1) the scale of the refugee crisis created by the Syrian Civil War; 2) the burdens these displaced people are placing on host countries such as Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, and ...
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8 Oct 2014
Inside the Issues 5/2 - Drones and Warfare in the 21st Century
Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)
In this audio presentation, Warwick University's Trevor McCrisken discusses 1) the heavy reliance by the Obama Administration on drones as a counterterrorism tool; 2) the overall impact militarized drones have had on US national security; 3) the inte...
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8 Oct 2014
Understanding Latin American Politics
New Books Network (NBN)
In this audio presentation, the University of Virginia at Charlotte's Gregory Weeks discusses his book, "Understanding Latin American Politics," which examines 1) the historical, economic, political and social factors that continue to shape...
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7 Oct 2014
The New Backdrop of Permanent War
In this audio presentation, the Cato Institute's Gene Healy examines 1) where US President Barack Obama draws his authority to declare and pursue war, and 2) whether he had the prerogative to sanction the military air strikes now being conducted agai...
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2 Oct 2014
Combating the Ebola Outbreak: Lessons Learned From and Prospects for the International Response
In this audio presentation, a mix of experts and practitioners discuss the broad efforts now underway to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa.
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1 Oct 2014
Peaceland: Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Intervention
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
In this audio presentation, Barnard College's Séverine Autesserre discusses her book, "Peaceland," which considers 1) what international actors can do to facilitate global peacebuilding and reconciliation processes, and 2) what are t...
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