The AI Podcast
With Richard Aldous
Episode 47: The End of History at Year’s End

This New Year’s, celebrate like it’s the end of history with Francis Fukuyama.

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Episode 46: Putin’s Fading Power and the Amazing Disappearing Torture Report

David Kramer from the McCain Center discusses Putin’s crumbling economy and the prospects for his removal, and TAI‘s own Adam Garfinkle talks the torture report, and the amazing fact that it’s already yesterday’s news.

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Episode 45: The Torture Report in the Age of Fear

Good evening, listeners! This week, we welcome Mark M. Lowenthal and David Rothkopf onto the show to discuss the controversial Senate Intelligence Report on the CIA’s use of torture.

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Episode 44: Climate Hysteria and Fixing Detroit

Good evening, listeners! This week, Richard Tol stops by to discuss the myriad problems with today’s climate policies, and Stephen Eide takes a hard look at Detroit’s ongoing financial struggles.

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Episode 43: Putin’s Solitude and the Will-It-or-Won’t-It Warship

Good evening, listeners! This week we invite two guests to preview a pair of excellent essays in the upcoming print edition of the magazine.

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Episode 42: Chuck’s Goodbye, Scandinavia’s Bully, and Beijing’s Gas

Good evening, podcast listeners! What a treat we have for you this week, as we invite Dov Zakhiem to talk about Chuck Hagel’s resignation, Andrew Michta to discuss Russian pressure on Scandinavia, and Gal Luft to analyze an enormous new gas deal between Moscow and Beijing.

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Episode 41: Iran’s Deadline and APEC’s Headlines

Good evening, podcast listeners! You’re in for a stellar episode this week, as we look both ahead to next week’s deadline for Iranian nuclear negotiations, and back to last week’s momentous U.S.-China agreements.

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Episode 40: Republicans Abroad and Detroit in Court

Good evening, podcast listeners! On this week’s episode Michael Barone looks at what a Republican Congress means for U.S. foreign policy, and Steven Malanga discusses the significance of Detroit’s recent bankruptcy hearings.

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Episode 39: Asymmetry in Ukraine and Turmoil in Hong Kong

Good evening, podcast listeners! Welcome to the new site, and the new home for the TAI podcast. We have an excellent episode for you this week, as we welcome Brookings Senior Fellow and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Steven Pifer and the director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Program on U.S.-China Relations Richard Rosecrance onto the show.

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Episode 38: Comprehending Kobani and Diagnosing a Crisis of Courage

Good afternoon, podcast listeners! Henri Barkey stops by the show to discuss fighting in and over Kobani, and David Danelo makes his debut on the podcast to discuss this summer’s child refugee crisis on America’s border.

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