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The Difficulties of American Bureaucracy
George Mitchell, former senator (D) Maine and Special Envoy for the Middle East, talks about the Congress and the bureaucracy.
Running time: 309 seconds
How to Bridge the Partisan Rift in Congress
George Mitchell, former senator (D) Maine and Special Envoy for the Middle East, talks about what it will take to close the partisan rift in Congress.
Running time: 147 seconds
The Sustainability of Peace in Northern Ireland
George Mitchell, former senator (D) Maine and Special Envoy for the Middle East, talks about the possibility of sustainable peace in Northern Ireland.
Running time: 99 seconds
The Intellectual Elite of China
Mark Leonard, executive director of the European Council on Foreign Relations, talks about the Intellectual Elite in China and what their role is in China.
Running time: 166 seconds
The Possibility of Political Reform in China
Mark Leonard, executive director of the European Council on Foreign Relations, talks about whether China will ever become a democratic country.
Running time: 138 seconds
How the Netroots Movement Changed the Democratic Party
Matt Bai, journalist at The New York Times and author, explains how the Net Roots movement changed the Democratic Party in the United States of America.
Running time: 130 seconds
Matt Bai on Missing Issues in the Political Debate
Matt Bai, journalist at The New York Times and author, talks about the issues that are missing in political debates. He also talks about the underlying anxiety of Americans.
Running time: 201 seconds
Rudy Giuliani's Drive to Run for Presidency
Matt Bai, journalist at The New York Times and author, talks about what drives Rudy Giuliani to run for the American presidency.
Running time: 80 seconds
Increasing Political Participation with Technology
Matt Bai, journalist at The New York Times and author, talks about the influence of technology on politics and the changes it will bring for the outcome.
Running time: 110 seconds
The Political Power in Washington
Matt Bai, journalist at The New York Times and author, talks about who really has the power in politics in Washington.
Running time: 59 seconds
The Virtues of Meritocracy
Matt Miller, senior fellow at the Center For American Progress, talks about the virtues of meritocracy are.
Running time: 252 seconds
Successful Foreign Policies
Matt Miller, senior fellow at the Center For American Progress, talks about how successful policies abroad can influence the American politics and policies.
Running time: 105 seconds
The Importance of the Clinton Global Initiative
Matthew Bishop, New York bureau chief at The Economist, talks about what the impact has been of the Clinton Global Initiative.
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Matthew Modine on Political Activism
Matthew Modine, actor and director, talks about his view on political activism and anticipation.
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The Power of Communication in Politics
Matthew Nisbet, professor of Communications at the American University. Learn about the power of communication and why Barack Obama is a master communicator.
Running time: 136 seconds
Matthew Nisbet on Media and Public Policy
Matthew Nisbet, professor of Communications at the American University, talks about what the effect is of the media on public policies.
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The Changes in the American Criminal Justice System
Melissa Harris-Lacewell, professor at Princeton University, talks about what needs to be changed in the American criminal justice system.
Running time: 181 seconds
The Changes in American Politics
Micah Sifry, co-founder and editor of the Personal Democracy Forum, talks about what is changing in politics in the U.S.
Running time: 92 seconds
The American Renewal
Micah Sifry, co-founder and editor of the Personal Democracy Forum, talks about the expectation of a renewed America.
Running time: 88 seconds
Micah Sifry on the Future of Media
Micah Sifry, co-founder and editor of the Personal Democracy Forum, talks about the future of media and different type of media.
Running time: 147 seconds
The Black Misery and a Black President
Michael Eric Dyson, professor at Georgetown University and author, talks about the what a black President can do for the black misery.
Running time: 139 seconds
Michael Eric Dyson on Dr. King's Last Speech
Michael Eric Dyson, professor at Georgetown University and author, talks about Dr. Martin Luther King's last speech.
Running time: 166 seconds
The Black Leaders in America
Michael Eric Dyson, professor at Georgetown University and author, talks compares current black leaders in America with Dr. King.
Running time: 355 seconds
How the Government Can Solve Gridlock
Michael Heller, professor of Real Estate Law at Columbia Law and author, talks about governmental solutions to gridlock.
Running time: 252 seconds
Michael Heller on Gridlock and American Politics
Michael Heller, professor of Real Estate Law at Columbia Law and author, talks about how useful gridlock can be in the American politics. He also talks about the pros and cons of gridlock.
Running time: 88 seconds


 

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