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Episode 204: The Immigration Impasse

Reihan Salam joins to discuss his new book making the case against open borders.

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Episode 203: Coddling on Campus

Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff discuss the crisis on college campuses today.

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Episode 202: Identity and Its Discontents

Francis Fukuyama kicks off TAI’s new podcast season with a discussion of his timely new book on identity politics.

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Episode 201: Grand Strategy with Chinese Characteristics

Sulmaan Wasif Khan discusses his new book tracing the history of Chinese grand strategy, from Mao to Xi.

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Episode 200: Drinking Through the Ages

Mark Forsyth discusses his new history of drunkenness, from prehistoric times to the modern day.

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Episode 199: Shakespeare’s Tyrants, And Our Own

Erdogan, Putin, Orban… and Trump—what, if anything, can a study of Richard III or Macbeth teach us about these leaders? Were Coriolanus and Julius Caesar really tyrants in the making? And is more democracy the answer to emerging tyranny?

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Episode 198: The Origins of Western Identity

Richard Aldous speaks with Ingrid Rossellini about her new book tracing the roots of Western self-understanding.

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Bonus Episode: Debating Tocqueville

In a special bonus episode for Memorial Day weekend, Francis Fukuyama and Ben Judah debate the intellectual legacy of Alexis de Tocqueville.

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Episode 197: Reckoning with Russia

Richard Aldous speaks with Michael McFaul, the former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, and Russian security affairs expert Mark Galeotti about their new books.

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Episode 196: Lynne Murphy on The Prodigal Tongue

It’s a tale of two Englishes, as Richard Aldous speaks with linguist Lynne Murphy about the love-hate relationship between American and British English.

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