Civ-Mil: The Civil-Military Relations Baseline with Dr. Kori Schake

We talk with national security expert Dr. Kori Schake about the gap between civilians and the US military. We discuss what people understand well about the military, why the gap exists, and what can be done about it. Dr. Kori Schake is the... more

Civ-Mil: Demystifying the US Military, A Miniseries

The first episode of this miniseries offers me and my cohost Army Major Will Wright to explain how this podcast came about. We discuss why we think the civil-military gap is so important as part of understanding both US national security and civil... more

International Considerations on North Korea

Dr. Mira Rapp-Hooper and Dr. Dingding Chen join me for a conversation about US and Chinese policy toward North Korea. We discuss policy options including sanctions, negotiations, and military action. Dr. Chen  explains Chinese perspectives and... more

Hurricane Response: Learning from Disaster Management in Haiti

For Rita Sciarra, Project Manager for the United Nations Development Programme disaster response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, preparation for disasters is key to effective response. She talks about the critical steps to creating a good disaster... more

Inside The Movement For Women’s Rights and Democracy in Iran

In this episode, we are discussing women’s rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran with author and historian Dr. Nina Ansary, currently a visiting professor at the London School of Economics, and democratization movements with PhD student and... more

A Conversation with Howard Dean: Inaugural YJIA Podcast

This week we launch our new podcast series, Conversations with YJIA. Our inaugural episode features a chat with Howard Dean, former Governor of Vermont and 2004 Democratic presidential candidate, on the US elections. “This has been the most... more

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