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Intellectual Odyssey with Leon Wieseltier

Intellectual Odyssey with Leon Wieseltier - Conversations with History
Leon Wieseltier traces his intellectual development.

On Intelligence with Jeff Hawkins

On Intelligence with Jeff Hawkins - Conversations with History
Understanding the brain and implications for machines.

The Tea Party with Theda Skocpol

The Tea Party with Theda Skocpol (Conversations with History)
The Tea Party and the remaking of republican conservatism.

Freedom from Oil Dependence with Yossie Hollander

Freedom from Oil Dependence with Yossie Hollander - Conversations with History
Yossie Hollander on the problem of oil dependence.

Libya in the Time of Revolution with Lindsey Hilsum

Libya in the Time of Revolution with Lindsey Hilsum - Conversations with History A war correspondent's account of the revolution in Libya.

Philosophy and Activism with Peter Singer

Philosophy and Activism with Peter Singer (Conversations with History)
Princeton philosopher Peter Singer on utilitarianism.

Pakistan on the Brink with Ahmed Rashid, (Conversations with History)
Rashid on the dangerous instability in Pakistan.

Valuing with Samuel Scheffler

Valuing with Samuel Scheffler (Conversations with History)
Scheffler on moral and political philosophy.

The Struggle for Egypt with Steven Cook

The Struggle for Egypt with Steven Cook (Conversations with History)
The major actors in modern Egyptian history.

From Point Guard to Mayor with Kevin Johnson

From Point Guard to Mayor with Kevin Johnson (Conversations with History)
Former NBA superstar and current Sacramento mayor.

Taking the Pulse of California with Merv Field

Taking the Pulse of California with Merv Field (Conversations with History)
Pollster Merv Field discusses his remarkable career.

Ocean Voyages with Sylvia Earle

Ocean Voyages with Sylvia Earle (Conversations with History)
Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society.

Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery with Eric Foner

Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery with Eric Foner (Conversations with History)
Lincoln's relationship to slavery during his career.

Roving Mars with Steve Squyres

Roving Mars with Steve Squyres (Conversations with History)
Steve Squyres on the Mars Exploration Rover Mission.

Nigeria with John Campbell

Nigeria with John Campbell (Conversations with History)
Former U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria on issues in the region.

The Origins of Political Order with Francis Fukuyama

The Origins of Political Order with Francis Fukuyama (Conversations with History)
Francis Fukuyama on "The Origins of Political Order.

How to Run the World with Parag Khanna

How to Run the World with Parag Khanna (Conversations with History)
Current global chaos and a look to the future.

Pakistan with Anatol Lieven

Pakistan with Anatol Lieven (Conversations with History)
Professor of War Studies on Pakistan.

The Judiciary with Ronald George

The Judiciary with Ronald George (Conversations with History)
Former Chief Justice of California on judicial function.

The Future of Power with Joseph Nye

The Future of Power with Joseph Nye (Conversations with History)
Historian and diplomat on uses of power.

Politics, Policy, and the Great Recession with Robert Reich

Politics, Policy, and the Great Recession with Robert Reich (Conversations with History)
Economy from the great depression to the great recession.

Music and Education with Leon Botstein

Music and Education with Leon Botstein (Conversations with History)
Bard College president and American Symphony conductor.

The Military and the Iraq War with Thomas E. Ricks

The Military and the Iraq War with Thomas E. Ricks (Conversations with History)
Analysis of the Iraq war and Obama's Middle East strategy.

Negotiating Behavior with Richard Solomon

Negotiating Behavior with Richard Solomon (Conversations with History)
President of the United States Institute of Peace.

The Rule of Law with Richard J. Goldstone

The Rule of Law with Richard J. Goldstone (Conversations with History)
Richard Goldstone on international law and human rights.

Religion and Politics with Ron Hassner

Religion and Politics with Ron Hassner (Conversations with History)
Management of conflicts over sacred sites.

Avner Cohen

Avner Cohen (Conversations with History)
Israel's nuclear doctrine of amimut (opacity).

The Subtle Art of Dharma with Gurcharan Das

The Subtle Art of Dharma with Gurcharan Das (Conversations with History)
Gurcharan Das on "The Difficulty of Being Good."

Behavioral Economics with Richard Thaler

Behavioral Economics with Richard Thaler (Conversations with History)
Implications of behavioral economics for public policy.

How Wars End with Gideon Rose

How Wars End with Gideon Rose (Conversations with History)
Lessons to be learned from American war termination.

Hedge Funds and the World Economy

Hedge Funds and the World Economy (Conversations with History)
Learn how hedge funds work and their future.

Henry Kaplan and the Story of Hodgkin's Disease

Henry Kaplan and the Story of Hodgkin's Disease (Conversations with History)
The development of a cure for Hodgkin's lymphatic cancer.

America's Path to Permanent War

America's Path to Permanent War (Conversations with History)
The militarization of US foreign policy.

Reforming American Health Care

Reforming American Health Care (Conversations with History)
George C. Halvorson on health care reform

Political Awakenings

Political Awakenings (Conversations with History)
Kreisler tells the story of the Conversations series.

Science Diplomacy and Nuclear Threats

Science Diplomacy and Nuclear Threats (Conversations with History)
Hecker on national security and nuclear proliferation.

From Salvation to Spirituality

From Salvation to Spirituality (Conversations with History)
Susumu Shimazono on popular religious movements in Japan

Reflections on U.S.- Canada Relations

Reflections on U.S.- Canada Relations (Conversations with History)
Canadian diplomat on U.S.- Canadian relationship.

Reflections on the University of California

Reflections on the University of California (Conversations with History)
Neil J. Smelser reflects on the University of California.

Islam and the Secular State

Islam and the Secular State (Conversations with History)
Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im on the challenges facing Muslims.

The Making of a Marine Officer

The Making of a Marine Officer (Conversations with History)
Officer Nathaniel Fick on the nature and role of war.

American Democracy, Veterans, and Higher Education

American Democracy, Veterans, and Higher Education (Conversations with History)
James Wright on being a historian and a college president

What Made California Great

What Made California Great (Conversations with History)
Attorney and civic leader on his career and California.

The Diaspora and Israel

The Diaspora and Israel (Conversations with History)
Changing ideas of a homeland for Jews in the Diaspora

Finding an Authentic Voice

Finding an Authentic Voice (Conversations with History)
Pamuk reflects on his intellectual journey.

A Life in Science: A Sense of Wonder

A Life in Science: A Sense of Wonder (Conversations with History)
Nobel laureate on his intellectual journey.

Dealing with Iran

Dealing with Iran (Conversations with History)
Former CIA operative discusses Iran.

Social Science and the Public Good

Social Science and the Public Good (Conversations with History)
The challenges confronting social science research.

Power, Ideas and Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

Power, Ideas and Foreign Policy in the 21st Century (Conversations with History)
President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Dignity, Human Rights, and Torture

Dignity, Human Rights, and Torture (Conversations with History)
Legal philosopher Jeremy Waldron on dignity.



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