Past Programs

Past Programs2023-02-02T01:30:54-05:00
Apr23, 2023

The Science of Resilience: Nature or Nurture? (2908)

April 23, 2023|

Joining Host Vince Poscente are: Michael Ungar, Ph.D., The Resilience Research Centre at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Andrew Nevin, Ph.D., Advisory Partner, Chief Economist, PwC, Nigeria, scientist and an economist who brings a different perspective to the definition.

Jan29, 2023

LGBTQ+ Issues in Society Today (2905)

January 29, 2023|

What is the impetus for the wave of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation that we have been seeing across the U.S.? To bring clarity to this complicated topic, joining Host Jim Falk are three experienced experts in the medical, legal, and psychological professions:

Jan22, 2023

Is Drone Warfare Ethical? (2901)

January 22, 2023|

Drone warfare remains controversial, with many questioning the ethics, morality, and critical legal issues of using drones to fight their wars, even though they may be considered essential instruments of war.

Jan15, 2023

China’s Overreach and Its Derailment (2904)

January 15, 2023|

Joining host Jim Falk are Susan Shirk, Ph.D., research professor and chair of the 21st Century China Center, UCSD, author of Overreach: How China Derailed Its Peaceful Rise, and David Firestein, President and CEO, The George HW Bush Foundation for Us-China Relations. The focus: our strained relations with China and China's aggressive foreign policy.

Nov13, 2022

NATO: Undervalued Until Essential (2825)

November 13, 2022|

Just a few years ago, NATO ( the North Atlantic Treaty Organization) was described by France’s President as brain dead. But thanks to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. NATO and the Transatlantic Alliance appear to be even more united.

Nov7, 2022

Re-Air: The China Nightmare (2810)

November 7, 2022|

Since this program first aired in April of this year, China has had many challenges and issues, severe economic problems, youth unemployment at record highs, a troubling estate slump, and the list goes on.

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