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The Russian Elections
Michael Idov, writer for New York Magazine and editor-in-chief of RUSSIA!, talks about the elections in Russia.
Running time: 216 seconds
The Russian Electoral Process
Michael Idov, writer for New York Magazine and editor-in-chief of RUSSIA!, talks about the Russian electoral process.
Running time: 499 seconds
The Absence of Viable Opposition in Russia
Michael Idov, writer for New York Magazine and editor-in-chief of RUSSIA!, talks about why there is no viable opponent in Russia.
Running time: 297 seconds
Michael Idov on Writing for an American Audience
Michael Idov, writer for New York Magazine and editor-in-chief of RUSSIA!, talks about how he writes about Russia for an American audience.
Running time: 127 seconds
Learn About the Russian Press
Michael Idov, writer for New York Magazine and editor-in-chief of RUSSIA!, talks about the Russian press.
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The Effect of a Conflict in Central Asia
Michael Klare, professor and director of PAWSS, The Five Colleges, talks about what will happen if there is a conflict in Central Asia.
Running time: 411 seconds
Michael Novak on Religion and the Founding Fathers
Michael Novak, fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talks about the religion and the founding fathers.
Running time: 123 seconds
The Oratory of Barack Obama
Michael Waldman, executive director of NYU's Brennan Center, elaborates on the speech skills of Barack Obama and John McCain.
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The Problems of American Democracy
Michael Waldman, executive director of NYU's Brennan Center, talks about what he thinks about the history of the American democracy.
Running time: 210 seconds
How to Reform American Democracy
Michael Waldman, executive director of NYU's Brennan Center, talks about how the American democracy can be changed and why it needs to be changed.
Running time: 556 seconds
The Guantanamo Bay Damage on Our Democracy
Michael Waldman, executive director of NYU's Brennan Center, talks about how the facility of Guantanamo Bay hurt the American democracy.
Running time: 175 seconds
Michael Walzer on the War in Iraq
Michael Walzer, professor Emeritus at The Institute for Advanced Study, gives his opinion about whether the war in Iraq is just.
Running time: 528 seconds
Mike Gravel on Politicians in America
Mike Gravel, former senator, (D) Alaska, talks about what flip flopping means in American politics.
Running time: 81 seconds
How America Can Learn from the Rest of the World
Mike Gravel, former senator, (D) Alaska, talks about what America can learn from the rest of the world throughout the history.
Running time: 101 seconds
Mike Gravel on What Is Missing in the News
Mike Gravel, former senator, (D) Alaska, talks about the fact the military industrial complex is running everything in America.
Running time: 147 seconds
How to Save Social Security
Mike Gravel, former senator, (D) Alaska, talks about what type of program he would run to save the social security in America, if he would become the next president of the U.S.
Running time: 119 seconds
The President Solving Moral Questions
Mitt Romney, former governor, Massachusetts (R), talks about whether it's the president's job to solve moral issues.
Running time: 69 seconds
Mitt Romney on the Political Legacy of George W. Bush
Mitt Romney, former governor, Massachusetts (R), talks about the political legacy of George W. Bush.
Running time: 126 seconds
The Secrets of the American Government
Mitt Romney, former governor, Massachusetts (R), gives his opinion on how secretive the American government is.
Running time: 65 seconds
Mo Rocca on the Two Political Parties in America
Humorist Mo Rocca talks about whether two political parties in America are enough. He thinks that the two parties are already so close together, that a third party won't make much of a difference.
Running time: 57 seconds
Mo Rocca on Sports and Steroids
Humorist Mo Rocca elaborates on the connection between sports and steroids in America. He also talks about how anxious Americans are about the disappearance of sports heroes.
Running time: 135 seconds
Moby on Music and Politics
Musician Moby talks about whether music can change politics or politicians. He also talks about the difference between politicians and musicians.
Running time: 104 seconds
The Crisis in African American Politics
Glen Ford, executive editor of the Black Agenda Report, says that Barack Obama represents no change at all; in fact, he is setting off a major crisis in the African-American political community.
Running time: 539 seconds
The Failure of Activism in Today's Government
Glen Ford, executive editor of the Black Agenda Report, doubts the ability of today’s political environment to reverse corporate influence; he suggests that real progress can only be made via mass organizing.
Running time: 397 seconds
The Missteps in Obama's Policy
Glen Ford, executive editor of the Black Agenda Report, outlines specific areas—like the Gates controversy—in which he has been disappointed by Obama, and reveals Obama’s greatest success story.
Running time: 410 seconds


 

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